antiquarian books

Laneway learning

Laneway Learning, Melbourne

Have you heard of Laneway learning?  It’s what I’m talking about at the moment . I have been getting updates on their courses for a while now but I have only just attended one – ‘Write Your Own Short Stories’.  That’s something I’m trying to do along with writing a book that I mentioned…

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Melbournalia – Melbourne souveniers, showcasing local art and craft work

Visiting Melbourne or just browsing the CBD. How about finding a piece of Melbourne to take home, or a piece of Melbourne for a present or something essentially Melbourne to have in your own home, to remind you of what an interesting and creative place Melbourne is – not that you probably need reminding…

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Op Shopping at Sacred Heart, Chapel Street, Windsor

January and February are great times for Op-shopping.  An item in our local newspaper quoted Kate Dear, General Manager of Red Cross in Victoria as saying, “Instead of throwing away your dud presents, why not re-gift them?” I believe people are doing that and some businesses are also ‘gifting’ some of their excess stock…

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Kay Craddock – Antiquarian Book Seller

Books – old, new, first editions, read once and passed to another reader – there is a charm in these old books. As a student I wandered the corridors of the University Library, stroking and gazing at all the books.  I loved being amongst them.   Many were old and had worn covers suggesting a…

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