Rjurik Davidson is a winner of the Ditmar Award as Best New Talent and the Aurealis Award for his short fiction. His first book was a collection, The Library of Forgotten Books. A columnist, and a literary and film critic, he lives in Melbourne, Australia. The Stars Askew is his second novel, following Unwrapped Sky.
RT @morgfair: Man who made his living killing African wildlife gets eaten by African wildlife https://t.co/HZEhkdhgOB via @YahooTech
by @RjurikDavidson - yesterday
Just watched the film 'Franz'. So good.
Lovely little depiction of a scene from The Stars Askew by littlepandareads. https://t.co/iDzn8D250i https://t.co/Zf19lXz249
by @RjurikDavidson - 2 days ago
"Yep I did give it five stars and it totally deserves it because it is not getting enough hype and it was great." https://t.co/iDzn8D250i
RT @coeurdelionpubl: Gustav shattered the bottle across the side of my head - 'The Other City' by @RjurikDavidson Dimension6 #free https://…
by @RjurikDavidson - 4 days ago
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