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Aaron Mannion Aaron Mannion i(A113195 works by)
Also writes as: Joseph Aloisius Ratzinger
Gender: Male
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Aaron Mannion is associate publisher at Vignette Press, fiction editor at Antic, deputy chair of the Small Press Network and co-convener of the Australian Independent Publishing Conference's academic day. Mannion read English Literature at the University of Cambridge and has undertaken a PhD at the University of Melbourne. He has been shortlisted for the Wet Ink Short Story Prize and for the Penguin Manuscript Award twice.

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Awards for Works

Dog Days 2013 single work short story
— Appears in: Island , Winter no. 133 2013; (p. 87)
2007 commended Australian Horror Writers Short Story Competition
Notice Me Take My Hand 2012 single work short story
— Appears in: Wet Ink , no. 27 2012; (p. 45-48)
‘A skinny wind blew upside of the flats and the clouds mobbed the sun out of the sky and it was cold. I said we should climb into the pump house for shelter, but Teresa said that only junkies went there, though she and me had had a cubby house there last summer. A pissy slash of sunlight splashed against the back of the flats. Halley stood by the pillars there beside Teresa. I went over too.’ (Author’s introduction)
2012 shortlisted Wet Ink/CAL Short Story Prize
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