Stephen Faulds is an English teacher at a Perth high school with many years experience teaching both English and Drama. He has written seven novels and published numerous poems, short stories and articles. He has written many short scripts, which have been performed by students at both primary and secondary level. His play Seatown was performed at The Blue Room theatre in 2007 and has been published by The Australian Script Centre. He has a web site featuring his writing, photography and artwork. He recently wrote a sequel to Seatown with the assistance of an ARTSWA writing grant. His work is featured on a web site at www.stephenfaulds.com which is archived at the State Library of WA
Writer’s notebook http://stephenfaulds.wikispaces.com/
A time travel sequel to Sinkronisity and Treuth exploring the interface between fiction, reality and time. It is about writers and would be writers and the way in which reality is read as though it were a story.
Practical advice on fiction writing; the tools and techniques of a working writer. This book is about how to write. It is a fiction writing reference and a writing skill reference. It is on writing, literature and fiction and discusses practical writing tools.
A story about a frog and a boy who loves swimming.
A story with two levels of meaning for parents to read to children. When the stone frog tells four year old Turoo that the local frog population is in danger, he does not hesitate to go their aid. With courage and optimism he faces the doubts of adults and the dangers of the natural world.
Published: February 19, 2011.
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An artist seeks redemption in the Australian outback and Nepal.
Landscape is a novel set in the arid north of Western Australia and the snow trails of the Himalayan Mountains. It is the story of a middle aged Australian art teacher on the Hero journey of an Artist in search of self realisation.