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.
Lesson from Aaron Sorkin’s ‘Steve Jobs’. Steve Jobs seemed like a total asshole. Lesson 2: not even Sorkin’s talent… https://t.co/AoBMhe63Sn
by @RjurikDavidson - 8 hours ago
20-something ‘I want to be a bond dealer’ on the tram talking to woman. ‘You’ll call me. You can’t help yourself. N… https://t.co/UCanryoYMz
by @RjurikDavidson - 10 hours ago
To be honest, I think more people should cement their heads into microwaves. https://t.co/gg4qu1fiog
by @RjurikDavidson - 3 days ago
@WildBilbo No, it did. I was just, you know... tweeting.
by @RjurikDavidson - 4 days ago
@WildBilbo Or maybe heroes who actually stand for something rather than celebrities who are just famous?
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