'A Succulent Chinese Meal': Carnage by Mark Dapin


Mark Dapin + Phil Brown

Auditorium 2, slq

Regular Program

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Mark Dapin

Mark Dapin

Mark Dapin is an acclaimed journalist, author, screenwriter and historian. He is the author of the novels King of the Cross, Spirit House and R&R. King of the Cross won the Ned Kelly Award for Best First Fiction, and Spirit House was longlisted for the Miles Franklin Literary Award, and shortlisted for the Age Book of the Year and the Royal Society for Literature’s Ondaatje Prize. R&R was shortlisted for a Ned Kelly Award. Mark holds a doctorate in military history. His history book The Nashos’ War was shortlisted for the NSW Premier’s Literary Award for Non-Fiction, and won the NIB People’s Choice Award and an Alex Buzo Shortlist Award. He has also written three books of true crime: Public Enemies (shortlisted for a Ned Kelly Award), Prison Break and Carnage. He worked as consultant producer on Network Seven TV show Armed and Dangerous, and as screenwriter on Stan’s Wolf Creek 2. His website is at markdapin.com.

Phil Brown

Phil Brown

Phil Brown is editor of InReview, Qld, an independent arts outlet. He is the author of two books of poetry — Plastic Parables (Metro Community Press 1991) and An Accident in the Evening (Interactive Press 2001). His most recent book is The Kowloon Kid: A Hong Kong Childhood published by Transit Lounge in 2019. He has been covering the arts in Australia in the mainstream media for nearly four decades and was for some years Arts Editor for The Courier-Mail in Brisbane.



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