Christopher Leslie Aulich

Biography

Christopher Leslie Aulich.
Novels:

The Triangle, I’m just a jealous guy. [Serialised in part in the Ear in the Wheatfield].
The Rock [Unpublished]
It published by Wild & Woolley Sydney 1977.
The Lolly Factory Smashwords 2018.

Short Stories published in these Magazines:

Ear in the Wheatfield, Togatus, Studio, Rigmarole for the Ages & Tabloid Story, ect.

AWARDS:

1979 Young Writer Grant Literature Board of Australia
1981 Young Writers Grant Literature Board of Australia
1980 Michael Karyoli Memorial Travelling Scholarship

Chris Aulich’s writing has been described as out beyond the frontier of acid Gothic. Some think of it as neo- surrealism, slanted towards fantasy. It’s an experimental blend of satire, fantasy and farce. Aulich’s writing is usually a wild, violent and disturbing vision.

When his second novel It appeared in 1977 is was greeted with disturbing reviews.

Some critics consider It as the work of gross indulgence. Others thought it was pathetic, while a number actually enjoyed It. Van Ikin in a radio review for the ABC in Western Australia considered It to be a work of innovation.

Books

The Lolly Factory
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 27,510. Language: Australian English. Published: June 28, 2018. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Urban
(5.00 from 4 reviews)
The Lolly Factory details a journey of self discovery. It is a surrealistic story slanted toward fantasy which is out beyond the frontier of acid Gothic. It is an experimental blend of satire, fantasy and farce.

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