Creative Choices. "Explorations in Creative Writing" by Kevin Brophy. [review]
Australian Book Review
Kevin Brophy shows us his skills as an entertainer in "Explorations in Creative Writing". He has read widely and has a diverse collection of tales to tell, from the mundane to the fantastic. The story, anecdote and fragment are all part of his performance. We shift between a reading of Kafka’s ‘Metamorphosis’, to the ‘agenda of the couch’ and even to writers’ accounts of visits to analysts (Lacan’s consulting rooms — shabby!). Like the best entertainers, Brophy knows how to tell a good story. His writing has an admirable lightness of touch, alternately reflective and playful, and conveys a sense of the vitality of its subject matter.
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Tucker, Robyn 2003. Creative Choices. Review of "Explorations in Creative Writing" by Kevin Brophy. 'Australian Book Review', No 255, October, 52.