Richard Womack has had over thirty of his plays broadcast to a long suffering Sydney and a selection published in “Listen Hear!”.
His stage credits include “Year Nothing” that won the 2000 Tamworth Dramafest, and his very funny full length farce, “Boys’ Night In".
His short science fiction stories have been published in magazines, e-zines and anthologies both in Australia and in the USA. “Emergency” won the Humorous Science Fiction award at AussieCon3, the 57th World Science Fiction Convention in Melbourne in 1999.
His apprenticeship to creative writing was years spent evaluating Government reports, which provided an unparallel exposure to farce, fiction and fantasy. He now attempts to create humour with no socially redeeming content.
by Richard Womack
Gootabunda is set in the Australian out-back where sinister forces are secretly waging war against Marta Cartwright’s Bonza sheep station. Her responses to these assaults are unpredictable, complicated and hilarious, mainly because of the ‘help’ of her inept unhandy-man and Dudley, her prize alpaca. The action is fast, farcical and facetious !
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