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Matthew Nikolai Chrulew Matthew Nikolai Chrulew i(A138119 works by) (a.k.a. Matthew Chrulew; Matt Chrulew; M. Nikolai Chrulew)
Born: Established: 1979 Perth, Western Australia, ;
Gender: Male
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Matthew Chrulew is an Australian speculative fiction writer who has published in issues of Piffle, Fables and Reflections, Midnight Echo, The Rhizome Factor and Aurealis. He is a graduate of the University of Western Australia, where he gained a Masters Degree in English and Cultural Studies, and also Monash University, where he completed a Ph.D. on Foucault's genealogy of Christianity. He describes himself as an interdisciplinary writer, with interests in animal studies, Foucault, and Continental philosophy of religion, etc.

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Future Perfect 2017 single work short story
— Appears in: Ecopunk! Speculative Tales of Radical Futures 2017; (p. 243-248)
'The flock is gone, from here, maybe for the last time, and I guess I wonder, what does it matter now if we know where the last few are or they die on their own?' A scientist mourns the inevitable extinction of many animal species.
2018 shortlisted Tin Duck Award, Western Australian Science Fiction Foundation (WASFF) Best WA Short Written Work
The Angaelien Apocalypse 2010 single work novella science fiction
— Appears in: The Company Articles of Edward Teach [and] The Angaelien Apocalypse 2010;
'An alien story you’ve never seen before ... Reports had come in as the revolution erupted: a myriad of rotating discs approached Earth at speed. Panic and joy spread around the planet in viral waves. Few needed any help to identify these flying objects. They were the angælic vehicles. And at the helm of the lead saucer was the Man himself. Jesus Christ.' (Publisher's website)
2010 shortlisted Aurealis Awards for Excellence in Australian Speculative Fiction Science Fiction Division Short Story
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