Everyday Obituaries: T.E. Harms, my father (1931-2010)

When, recently, John Harms reprised his piece about the 2010 Preliminary Final between Geelong and Collingwood, the night his father T.E. Harms died, he mentioned that he would go looking for the eulogy from his father’s funeral. Numerous people contacted him to encourage him to publish it. Well, this is it, published today, July 21, his father’s birthday.

It’s Hot

John Harms remembers hot days on the Darling Downs.

Almanac Summer: Simple Lethargic Motion

John Harms writes of summer heat in Oakey, Greek cafes and Physics.

Book Review: Loose Men Everywhere from Footscray to Oakey – The Parallel Universe of Two Footy Fanatics.

In this review essay of Loose Men Everywhere, Neil Anderson sees strong parallels between his footy life and John Harms’s. [Thanks Neil – JTH]

Harmes and Harms: a story of golf, industrial relations, bacon and egg burgers and VFL premierships

John Harms remembers how an E Harmes and an E-less Harms spent the 1979 Grand Final. [Memorable – Ed]