New book printed yesterday, should be on the shelves of all good bookstores by early December.
It’s a Best of + a lot of new poems and a selection of newspaper columns. RRP is $29.99.
pre-order go to https://www.wilkinsonpublishing.com.au/book/fair-crack-whip
At checkout get a 20% discount (plus postage).
Just type MUZ2019 into the discount code.
For bulk orders of 20 or more there is a 30% discount plus postage. Pease email email@example.com
Thanks to Melanie Jenson for the cover pic and huge thanks to Michael Wilkinson and Jess Lomas at Wilkinson Publishing.
They’ve done a great job putting this together.
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Muz! – CD
(allow min 14 days delivery)
Telephone, Turbulence, Dr Death, Best Bloke, Mates (written by Duncan Butler), The Hog Whisperer, A-Z, Fishin’ For Cod, Big Jack, The Ripsnorter (aka The Grog Olympics), The Wave of Disbelief, C.Wap, Outtakes and Stuff-Ups, C.Wap Extended Mix.
A Double Shot of Muz CD includes Rain From Nowhere
(allow min 14 days delivery)
A Double Shot of Muz is a wonderful mix of some cracking new yarns, a bit of Muz’s old stuff, plus a few classics from Lawson, Paterson and C.J. Dennis.
There are special guests in the shape of Marco Gliori with Blurbulence (an hilarious response to Turbulence), the dulcet tones of Brad Maclean crooning Inflatable Lady, Muz’s rendition of the late Bobby Miller’s The Brew and the inimitable Peter Capp playing Harvey to Muz’s George in a three-part skit recorded live on-stage in Tamworth.
There is also an interview with Muz’s late grandfather, Reg, aka Dad Hartin, conducted by two 10yo Werris Creek schoolgirls for their Bicentennial project in 1988. Reg was 87 at the time and speaks of the journey from Dubbo to Werris Creek in a wagon with his parents and seven siblings in 1913, life on the farm, The Wallaby March, The Great Depression and the trials and tribulations of growing up in a different era.
The two-CD package includes Muz’s haunting poem Rain From Nowhere, ANZAC tribute The Slouch Hat, the rib-tickling Yoga Incident, Archie Campbell’s Rindecella, The Battle of the Sexes and a whole lot more.
This is an eclectic blend of what makes Muz who he is. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll laugh again. Witty, clever, sensitive, emotional, insightful but, best of all, bloody funny. Enjoy.
Cluck & Quackers, The Yoga Incident. Slouch Hat, Rain From Nowhere, Archie Campbell’s Rindecella, The Shopping Bags Fiasco, The Ayatollah of Rum & Cola, Gluteus Maximus Blues, Baxter Black, Bobby Miller’s The Brew, Second Glance, Keith Garvey’s L’Envoi, Dad Hartin Interview
Turbulence, Blurbulence (Marco Gliori), Crook as Rookwood, The Battle of the Sexes, Harvey & George 1, 2 & 3 (with Peter Capp), The Legend of Bobby McGee, Gator Grabbin’, Inflatable Lady Poem & Song (Brad Maclean), The Tater Slater Caper, Kiwi Love Poem, Mrs Johnston’s Chooks, The Ballad of Phil McHugh, Paterson’s Saltbush Bill, C.J. Dennis’s Ginger Mick, Henry Lawson’s The Glass at the Bar