• Original Colours Matter The Colour of Time provides twenty-eight intercountry and transracial adoptees an opportunity to reflect on their adoptive experience as adults. The Colour Palette The publication is a sequel to The Colour of Difference which was published in 2001. Of the 28 participants featured in The Colour of Time 13 contributed to the first publication and 15 are […] Thomas Graham No responses August 10, 2017
  • Writing as Therapy I was one of three guest authors invited to talk at a recent Speakers Forum hosted by Counsellors Tricia Dearden and Brooke Bengston at the Post Adoption Resource Centre, Sydney. Alongside Margaret Watson who spoke about her book Surviving Secrets, and Gwen Wilson who reflected on her memoir I Belong to No One, I talked […] Jane Eales 2 responses September 8, 2016
  • In Conversation with Margaret Watson about her book Surviving Secrets It’s several years since your memoir Surviving Secrets was published and I reviewed it for the Australian Journal of Adoption. How has your life been in the intervening years since the book went to print? Thank you for that review Thomas and your support for my memoir. It is coming up to 7 years since […] Thomas Graham No responses April 22, 2016