Fault Lines

Thirty-two award-winning short stories from the Stringybark 'Times Past' Short Fiction Awards entertainingly brings Australian history to life. From gentlemen bushrangers and destitute children to the impact of The Pill, and women being allowed in pubs, these true stories will delight, challenge and intrigue you. Written by some of Australia's best contemporary short story writers. More
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About David Vernon

I am a freelance writer and editor. I am father of two boys. For the last few years I have focussed my writing interest on chronicling women and men’s experience of childbirth and promoting better support for pregnant women and their partners. Recently, for a change of pace, I am writing two Australian history books. In 2014 I was elected Chair of the ACT Writers Centre.

In 2010 I established the Stringybark Short Story Awards to promote the short story as a literary form.

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Shirley Fletcher reviewed on Sep. 1, 2019
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Firstly, open disclosure - I am fortunate to have my story included in Fault Lines, and having read the quality and diversity of the stories presented, somewhat humbled by the quality. This book successfully inserts faces and feelings to what could be just another story about something that happened a lot time ago. While not changing history, the various points of view added depth and interest. I also learned a great deal of history. Easy reading and relevant. Well done.
Shirley Fletcher
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