A dazzling third novel from the winner of the 1996 Australian/Vogel Literary Award.
Bernard Cohen was born in Michigan in the United States in 1963. He went to school in Sydney and has a Bachelor of Arts (Communications), majoring in writing and textual studies, from the University of Technology, Sydney. He was awarded the first Master of Arts in Writing from the same university. Bernard's stories and articles have appeared in newspapers, magazines and literary journals in Australia, New Zealand and the US, and he has been prominent in performing and reading from his work in Sydney. His first book, Tourism, was published by Picador in 1992. He lives in the Blue Mountains outside Sydney, having returned from a six months residency at the Keesing Studio in Paris. His second novel, The Blindman's Hat received the 1996 Australian/Vogel Literary Award and was published in September 1997.
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