David Whish-Wilson (1966 - ) is an Australian author born in Newcastle, NSW but raised in Singapore, Victoria and Western Australia. He left Australia in 1984 to live in Europe, Africa and Asia, where he worked as a barman, actor, streetseller, labourer, exterminator, factory worker, gardener, clerk, travel agent, teacher and drug trial guinea pig. During this time he began to publish short stories in Australia (anthologised in Pascoe Publishing's Best Fifty Stories Collection) and had a longer piece short-listed for the Vogel/Australian Literary Award. He currently lives in Fremantle, Western Australia, where he teaches creative writing at Curtin University. Wikipedia.
The Summons, 2006, Random House
Line of Sight, 2010, Penguin
'In Savage Freedom' in Hard Labour, 2012, Crime Factory
Zero at the Bone, 2013, Penguin
Perth, 2013, New South Publishing
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