Muttersprache

Muttersprache

Tess Scholfield-Peters […] Maybe you can imagine, we are interested in everything you experience and there is nothing in this world we care more about. […] As we keep your letters, in the future, you, owner of a large estate, could delight your wife and children as...
Kuitpo

Kuitpo

Tess Scholfield-Peters   I sit at the heavy antique desk that belonged to my mother and trawl through online newspapers, squinting at the scanned black and white pages that have become distorted and near-illegible in the digitising process. I’m trying to find scraps...
Part 3

Part 3

Dave Drayton i i 3095 Research I’m trying to reassure myself that the time and energy spent translating Robin’s story wasn’t wasted. I now know how the game works, how far I can bend pronunciation or stretch grammar in writing around the postcodes. I can get to work...
Part 2

Part 2

Dave Drayton i i 2760 Ropes Crossing On occasion the threads braid together and present a knot or a node or an answer. Halfway through the 13 September 1967 issue of The Australian Women’s Weekly is a promotion for a storytelling game called Postcode, which requires...
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