The Fiction

Much of my fictional output is based around the imagined existence of an almost Bowen called Denison, starting with Dirty Work at the Crossroads, and the sequel, Desperate Days at the Crossroads, and when we start looking at sequels to Dirty Work and Desperate Days that’s where they’re going to happen.

Zen and the Art of Locating the Real Australia dates back to a course at JCUNQ  in 1971 called Problems in Australian History. This version is as much about  student lifestyles in the early to mid-seventies as it is about the alleged topic.

Rather than commit musings on matters relating to Australian politics into blog-style rants, I've chosen to rework them into a variety of encounters with maverick Labor Party Senator from the Northern Territory named Ballantyne.

© Ian Hughes 2017