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A small death

Winter wind lashed her skinny legs and soil caked black and ugly beneath her nails as she dug the grave. The grave for her doll. She chose a spot at the edge of her dad’s vegie garden, where the weeds … Continue reading

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Life among the dead

Kevin Scheele is matter-of-fact about the business of living and dying; after all he worked and lived amid the quarter-of-a-million dead people interred at the Melbourne General Cemetery (MGC) for thirty-three years. And there’s nothing like spending your days surrounded … Continue reading

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