Colin Campbell Robinson
Colin Campbell Robinson's writing and photography has appeared in numerous literary journals around the world.
In the late 1970s Colin was involved in theatre productions staged in Melbourne as well as working with the State Theatre Company of South Australia. By the early 1980s he increasingly immersed himself in community activism working with organisations such as the Tenants Union.
Colin is best known in Australia for his writing on social justice issues collaborating with a variety of non government organisations to change the situation confronted by people experiencing homelessness, mental health problems, addictions and poverty, often all of the above.
Colin now devotes himself full time to his artistic pursuits and takes as inspiration Wittgenstein's remark that philosophy ought really to be written as poetic composition.
His book, Blue Solitude - a self-portrait in six scenarios, has been published by Knives Forks and Spoons Press, UK. For further information see here.