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About Nick Gadd

Nick is a multi-award-winning novelist, essayist and blogger. He is the author of the crime novels Ghostlines (2008) and Death of a Typographer (2019). His work has appeared in various publications including Meanjin, Kill Your Darlings, Griffith Review and The Guardian. His blog Melbourne Circle describes a journey around Melbourne on foot, investigating psychogeography, history, and lost suburban stories.

The Sidewinder by Lee Morgan

Nick Gadd London, 11p.m., December 1987 I didn’t have money for new records so I resorted to Peckham Public Library, whose music collection was free of the shoegazing guitar bands I preferred. I was forced to explore other genres .

By |2016-09-20T08:46:21+10:00January 12th, 2015|Jazz|2 Comments

PROTECTION by MASSIVE ATTACK Story by Nick Gadd

Nick Gadd Lounge room, Yarraville. One a.m. February 1996 Unlike the nurses in the maternity ward, who handle babies with the dexterity of waiters carrying plates in busy restaurants (two babies asleep on one arm, another on the shoulder for burping) new parents are tentative and full of doubts.

By |2017-07-20T19:09:11+10:00September 26th, 2014|Rock|2 Comments