In 2002, I published my first novel, The Tin Moon (Simon and Schuster), a comic/tragic look at the life of a boy growing up in Australian suburbia. The novel received much critical acclaim and featured along with me on a segment of TV’s 60 Minutes.
My second novel, Sandstone (2005, Hachette Livre) looked at an extended working class family over several decades. Sandstone was short-listed for the prestigious Commonwealth Writer’s Prize.
Henry Loves Jazz (Melbourne University Press, 2009) was a work of non-fiction; a humorous look at fatherhood.
I am currently working on a children’s picture book and an adult psychological thriller.