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.
Am thinking of getting a hairless cat. A little alien wandering around the apartment would be fun, right?
by @RjurikDavidson - 2 days ago
In a recent LRB, I read this line, "[A] friend of mine took his own life in the middle of a party he was throwing in his apartment."
by @RjurikDavidson - 3 days ago
Teensplaining: when a teenager tells you how life is; greysplaining, when an old person tells you how it is. #noendtothesplaining
@JustineLavaworm My sister finishes a book in hours. Writing one in hours would be a hell of a skill.
by @RjurikDavidson - 4 days ago
@Mikes005 you've thought this through, I can see.
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