Interview with
Graham Lang

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  • Published 20161101
  • ISBN: 9781925355543
  • Extent: 264pp
  • Paperback (234 x 153mm), eBook

Graham Lang is an artist and writer who has published three novels: Clouds Like Black Dogs (Jonathan Ball Publishers, 2003), Place of Birth (Jonathan Ball Publishers, 2006) and Lettah’s Gift (UQP, 2011). His novella ‘A Fulcrum of Infinities’, published in Griffith Review 54: Earthly Delights, bears the same name as his most recent body of visual work. In this interview, Lang discusses the ‘thrilling potential of both written and visual work, and reveals how the novella was profoundly informed by his own brush with death.


Both this novella and your latest body of visual art go by the same name – A Fulcrum of Infinities. How are these works linked?

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