Over the years, my website has accumulated an archive of short pieces of prose,
each of which can be read in the time it takes to drink a cup of tea. Most deal
with the art and craft of writing, though some wander away up side paths. This
archive can be accessed via the
Because my love of images is almost as great as my love of words, I post
whatever catches my eye to
I can be
direct or through my literary agent. I hope you find
something on the site to enjoy.
24th March 2021
Murmurations has been shortlisted for the 2021 Cristina Stead Prize For Fiction in the NSW Premier's Literary Awards. What a thrill!
There are six books on the fiction shortlist, and this year they are all by women writers. Click NSW Premier's Literary Awards - State Library of NSW for the books, and judges' comments
There is a wonderfully perceptive review by Carol Millner of
in the latest issue of
'The work as a whole is a sliding mass but at the same time it compels us to be
still, to pay attention to absence and silence, to moments of splintering, to
the hints and tiny clues that lead to rupture.'
To receive the attention of a review is always a pleasure, but especially so
when the reviewer has read with care and insight.
Review of 'Murmurations' by Carol Lefevre - Westerly Magazine
I write a lot, and often end up with more words than I know what to do with.
These blogs are the overspill.
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Longer posts on all things literary.
A month of mindfulness in the kitchen turned into this series of breakfast
www.carollefevre.com has been chosen for archiving by the National Library of
Australia and can be accessed through its digital collection. You can search
their database via the box above.