TRAVELLER

Traveller is a collection of letters, journal entries and photographs that combine
the immediacy of experience with reflections on the author's own past.

MICHAEL KATAKIS


TRAVELLER

MICHAEL KATAKIS

Traveller is a collection of letters, journal entries and photographs that combine the immediacy of experience with reflections on the author’s own past.

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ABOUT THIS BOOK

Traveller is a collection of letters, journal entries and photographs that combine the immediacy of experience with reflections on the author’s own past. The entries in this volume are personal, like letters from a friend you accompany through the medina in Fez or into the hills of Gallipoli, who introduces you to the people he meets along the way. For anyone curious about the world, Traveller is sure to delight and inspire thought about the complex world around us.


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Fellow readers, and any woman who lived through the Julia Gillard misogyny genderquake and wondered about the historic depths of Australia's disdain for women, and fear of female power, must read this brilliant book by Kim Kelly. 'Paper Daises' is one of the most powerful books I've read in years. It's beauty...and its pain…lingers long after the last page. It will soften your heart and harden your resolve in equal measure. Bravo Kim Kelly!

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WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT THIS BOOK

Kim Kelly has done her research so well. I was transported to a different time and it was like I could see the whole story, it felt like I was there. I think authors who are able to write like that have an amazing gift. I highly recommend this wonderful book.

- Suzanne (Goodreads)

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT THIS BOOK

Australia's answer to Sara Gruen. Kim Kelly writes in the present tense which gives the prose a hypnotic edge. The subject matter of misogyny, sexual abuse and murder does not make for easy reading; the reader is drawn into the world beyond that of a spectator. One feels more than empathy for the female protagonist, the reader sides with her and barracks for justice begging that all will end well. Kelly delves under the skin of the characters suffering from abuse and the character who commits a murder, so much that the reader feels the tension and the relief in the situations that hopefully most readers will not be able to relate to first hand.

- Deborah (Goodreads)

MICHAEL'S BOOKS

Once upon a time, Michael Katakis lived in a place of big dreams, bright colours and sleight of hand. That place was America.



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Traveller is a collection of letters, journal entries and photographs that combine the immediacy of experience with reflections on the author’s own past. The entries in this volume are personal, like letters from a friend you accompany through the medina in Fez or into the hills of Gallipoli, who introduces you to the people he meets along the way.

TRAVELLER

MICHAEL KATAKIS

MICHAEL'S BOOKS

Michael Katakis has spent his life travelling with a camera and writing a journal. This is the resulting book. For the past 25 years he has collaborated with the social anthropologist Kris Hardin in work spanning continents and cultures.

PHOTOGRAPHS AND WORDS

MICHAEL KATAKIS

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Three authors from diverse backgrounds contribute essays to this volume of photographs of Native Americans from the archives of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Listen closely as you look at these arresting images.

EXCAVATING VOICES

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MICHAEL’S BOOKS

A THOUSAND SHARDS OF GLASS
MICHAEL KATAKIS

Once upon a time, Michael Katakis lived in a place of big dreams, bright colours and sleight of hand. That place was America.

TRAVELLER
MICHAEL KATAKIS

Traveller is a collection of letters, journal entries and photographs that combine the immediacy of experience with reflections on the author’s own past. The entries in this volume are personal, like letters from a friend you accompany through the medina in Fez or into the hills of Gallipoli, who introduces you to the people he meets along the way.

PHOTOGRAPHS AND WORDS
MICHAEL KATAKIS

Michael Katakis has spent his life travelling with a camera and writing a journal. This is the resulting book. For the past 25 years he has collaborated with the social anthropologist Kris Hardin in work spanning continents and cultures.

EXCAVATING VOICES
MICHAEL KATAKIS

Three authors from diverse backgrounds contribute essays to this volume of photographs of Native Americans from the archives of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Listen closely as you look at these arresting images.


ABOUT MICHAEL

Writer and photographer Michael Katakis has been writing about and photographing a wide range of cultures and geographic locations for the past thirty five years. He has traveled extensively throughout the People’s Republic of China, West Africa, Cuba, Hungary, Morocco, Turkey, the United States, Korea, the Philippines, Taiwan, Italy, Greece, England, France and Spain to name a few.

Michael’s books include Photographs and Words’ with Kris Hardin (British Library 2011) on which John Falconer, Lead Curator of Visuals Arts at the British Library wrote;

theirs is not a voyeuristic documentary… but a record charting… the characteristics of human society which bind rather than separate.” Furthermore he says that theirs is a shared and “continuing determination to speak out in the cause of both tolerance and honour and not to become a silent accessory to injustice.

 

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