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Duncan Richardson Duncan Richardson i(A309 works by)
Also writes as: Steele Budd
Born: Established: 1959
United Kingdom (UK),
Western Europe, Europe,
Gender: Male
Arrived in Australia: 1970
Heritage: British
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Duncan Richardson migrated to Australia in 1970, taught in Botswana from 1987 to 1988, and returned to work in Australia as a part-time teacher. He has also worked for the Fellowship of Australian Writers (for whom he wrote Writing Brisbane, 1996). His poetry books are Reef Windows (1991), Aim At Morning (1996), Pula! (2008), and Ultra Soundings (2012). In 2008, his verse play The Grammar of Deception was produced and broadcast by ABC Radio National.

Richardson has also published several children's books, including Wennabees and Yum-Worms (2005), Revenge (2005), Jason Chen and the Time Banana (2008), and the forthcoming Dinosaur Fete (due 2014).

Most Referenced Works

Personal Awards

2001 runner-up Bauhinia Literary Awards Poetry For poem, 'Barred and Bolted'.
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