Their Brilliant Careers The Fantastic Lives of Sixteen Extraordinary Australian Writers by Ryan O’Neill [Ebook]

Their Brilliant Careers The Fantastic Lives of Sixteen Extraordinary Australian WritersAuthor: Ryan O’Neill
Title: Their Brilliant Careers The Fantastic Lives of Sixteen Extraordinary Australian Writers
Print Length: 96
Language: English, Francais, Italiano, Espanol, Deutsch
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Absurd, original and highly addictive . . .In Their Brilliant Careers, Ryan O’Neill has written a hilarious novel in the guise of sixteen biographies of (invented) Australian writers. Meet Rachel Deverall, who discovered the secret source of the great literature of our time – and paid a terrible price for her discovery. Meet Rand Washington, hugely popular sci-fi author (of Whiteman of Cor) and inveterate racist. Meet Addison Tiller, master of the bush yarn, ‘The Chekhov of Coolabah’, who never travelled outside Sydney.Their Brilliant Careers is a playful set of stories, linked in many ways, which together form a memorable whole. A wonderful comic tapestry of the writing life, this unpredictable and intriguing work takes Australian writing in a whole new direction . . .A more colourful and cutting account of the writing game in Australia, containing many a truth about its literary culture, is unlikely to be produced any time soon.’ -Books+PublishingRyan O’Neill is the author of The Weight of a Human Heart. His fiction has appeared in The Best Australian Stories, The Sleepers Almanac, Meanjin, New Australian Stories, Wet Ink, Etchings and Westerly.

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