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Gerard Windsor


Gerard Windsor has published nine books of fiction, memoir and essays, the last novel being I Have Kissed Your Lips.

His most recent book is Ned Kelly and the Odd Rellie, a history of Australia in fifty clerihews. He is represented by his fiction in the Pen/Macquarie Anthology of Australian Literature. He won the Pascall Prize for Criticism in 2005, and his new book, All Day Long the Noise of Battle, to be published early in 2011, is a non-fiction account of an Australian infantry attack in Vietnam in 1968.

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