Tim Winton is a leading exponent of short and long form fiction. Most recently the Guardian reviewed his novel Eyrie as “a superb tale of disillusionment and redemption, loss and beauty” – a description that could equally apply to his other novels including Cloud Street, Dirt Music, The Turning and Breath. Fiction aside, Winton has written on class, hospitals and the “chronically underrated” Western Australian town of Albany. He is in conversation with Jim Mora.
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