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Award-winning playwright and novelist, Catherine McKinnon studied theatre performance and cinema at Flinders University, and worked for the Red Shed Theatre and later the State Theatre Company as a theatre director and writer.
Her novel Storyland was published by HarperCollins in Set on the banks of Lake Illawarra and spanning four centuries, Storyland is a unique and compelling novel of people and place - which tells in essence the story of Australia.
Told in an unfurling narrative of interlinking stories, in a style reminiscent of David Mitchell's Cloud Atlas, McKinnon weaves together the stories of Will Martin together with the stories of four others: Intriguingly, all these characters are all connected - not only through the same land and water they inhabit over the decades, but also by tendrils of blood, history, memory and property.
Storyland is a cleverly woven novel spanning centuries, told through the perspectives of five main characters, who reflect different aspects of Australian history and experience.
It is set firmly and recognisably in the Illawarra district of NSW and mirrors the stages in settler occupation of the region: The characters are connected by kinship or history, but all witness — or perpetrate — violence, and all are affected by the landscape which binds and influences their actions.
The structure of the novel breaks and bleeds as it progresses forward in time, until it reaches the far-distant future and retreats back through the years.
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A Passionate, Unapologetic Plea for Creative Writing in Schools Some fiction and memoir programs are a waste of classroom time.
Others sharpen students' thinking and provide them with unmatched insight. David Morley discusses where creative writing comes from, the various forms and camouflages it has taken, and why we teach and learn the arts of fiction, poetry and creative nonfiction.
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