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Graham Nowland Graham Nowland i(A13655 works by)
Gender: Male
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Graham Nowland has lived in Claremont, Perth, Western Australia. In the 1960s he participated in London's alternative cultural networks, radical pacifism, and underground urban communes. He also wrote beat and unstructured poetry but intermittently returned to established forms. In the 1970s and 1980s he became a bookseller, in London's West End.
In the early 1990s he moved to Australia and became a professional writer/journalist. Since then his articles and short stories have appeared in many newspapers and journals in Australia and Japan. In 2003 he won the Lyndall Hadow/Donald Stuart national short story competition. He has completed the second working of Gateway To The Imagination, a critical study of novels depicting the capital port of Western Australia, Fremantle.

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y separately published work icon Chomsky and the Kultigator Claremont : Clear City Press , 2009 Z1796360 2009 selected work short story
2003 winner FAW Lyndall Hadow/Donald Stuart Short Story Award
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