Podcast No.5: Frank Kellaway (13.6 Mb mpeg-4; 57 minutes)
Frank Kellaway (19 April, 1922 - 12 July, 2012) was a poet. He also wrote novels, children's literature, a libretto for George Dreyfus. He was also a painter. He moved in wide circles throughout his life; the names of his friends and acquaintances recall an era of Australian intellectual and artistic life: Manning Clark, A.D. Hope, Gwen Harwood, Russell Ward, Arthur Boyd, Geoffrey Dutton, Maria Lewitt, Dinny O'Hearn, David Armstrong, Dale Hickey, Bary Dowling, Evan Jones and Peter Mathers. This interview © Copyright Frank Kellaway & Craig Robertson, 2006.
Music in this podcast includes extracts from Mendelsohn's Song without Words, played by Ronald Farren-Price, from his album "Reflections", courtesy of Move Records © 1993.
In my study: notes on secondhand bookshops; see In my study No.5 (4.6 Mb; 5' 01").
Frank Kellaway: selected bibliography
Note: The Study podcast interviews are generally tightly edited versions of the originals, which are much too long for a one hour format. In producing this program with Frank Kellaway I have not edited his poetry readings, as I think his diction and rhythm are excellent and don't need my interference; the poems are presented as read.
All material, unless otherwise stated, is © Copyright Craig Robertson, 2007
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