Kathryn R. Lyster

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Kathryn R. Lyster is a young Australian writer, discovered at the 2012 Byron Writers Festival. The Inevitability of Stars is her debut novel.

Her writing is a lyrical blend of magic realism, metaphysics and poignant contemporary fiction. She captures the human story in all it's spirit, passion, joy, dreams, despair and heart-yearning.

EVER-FLOW

The ever-flow of CONSCIOUSness.


Rhythm of all LIFE burning through our veins.


Dance.


Find FREEdom in your body and fire in your WINGS.


YOU are the miraculous, the mountain, the flower, the smell of fresh rain.


An endless stream of GRACE…



 

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The Inevitability of Stars

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The Universe Versus Alex Woods by Gavin Extence
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(Review originally published in The Byron Shire Echo - 2013)

“So when, aged seventeen, Alex is stopped at Dover customs with 113 grams of marijuana, an urn full of ashes on the passenger seat, and an entire nation in uproar, he’s fairly sure he’s done
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Cat & Fiddle by Lesley Jorgensen
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(Review originally published in The Byron Shire Echo - April 23rd, 2013)

'Cat and Fiddle' won the 2011 CAL Scribe Fiction Prize for an unpublished manuscript, and I’m so grateful for whoever saw the greatness in Jorgenson’s words. Marketed as a modern
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The Happiness Show by Catherine Deveny
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(Review originally published in The Byron Shire Echo Newspaper - April 9th, 2013)

They (I have yet to discover who this universal, all-advising ‘they’ are!) but, THEY do say: Don’t judge a book by its cover. When books were all wrapped in royal blue l
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Ryan McGinley by Ryan McGinley
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Gorilla Food by Aaron Ash
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The Lords and the New Creatures by Jim Morrison
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(Review originally published in The Byron Shire Echo - January 29th, 2013)

Jim Morrison is a god. He is also the main person from history I would like to meet. I know it’s not logical, there are people who made much greater contributions, but for me –
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Tell the Wolves I'm Home by Carol Rifka Brunt
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(Review originally published in The Byron Shire Echo Newspaper - November 27th, 2012)

'Tell the Wolves I’m Home' is the kind of first-time novel that budding authors hope to accomplish; Carol Rifka Brunt’s debut offering grabbed me by the throat and r
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Hallucinations by Oliver Sacks
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(Review originally published in The Byron Shire Echo Newspaper - October 30th, 2012)

Oliver Sacks is a physician, professor of neurology at the NYU School of Medicine and author of the best-selling The Man Who Mistook His Wife For A Hat. His latest bo
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Watching The Climbers On The Mountain by Alex Miller
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(Review originally published in The Byron Shire Echo Newspaper - November 6th, 2012)

“A small Queensland cattle station during the height of summer is a place where events that are quite out of the ordinary may sometimes occur. There is, at that time
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