Brett Mason: Saving Lieutenant Kennedy


Brett Mason + Phil Brown

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#Artists

Brett Mason

Brett Mason

Brett Mason is Chair of the Council of the National Library of Australia, a member of the Council of Griffith University and Adjunct Professor in the School of Justice at QUT. He was formerly a senator for Queensland, serving in the ministry, before being appointed Australia's Ambassador to the Hague and Permanent Representative to the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons. His previous book, Wizards of Oz: How Oliphant and Florey helped win the war and shape the modern world, was published by NewSouth in 2022. 

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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