Alasdair Cameron

Alasdair Cameron spent his early childhood under the vast skies of Central West NSW, his teenage years in tropical Darwin. He learned his first guitar chords from an English teacher/union delegate/folky who also indulged adolescent attempts at poetry. He now lives with his young daughter near Wollongong, on the NSW South Coast: a self-described word nerd, gardener, morning person, whistler, and ambivert.


Would you like to fall in love? I want to ask. I’ll make soup. It is winter and she is pale, blowing on chapped hands as we stand waiting. What are you reading? I want to ask. What are you …

Posted in 87: DIFFICULT | Tagged