The Fiction Projects

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Dirty Work at the Crossroads is the tale of what follows winning a Lotto jackpot and purchasing a motel on the outskirts of Denison.

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.

Desperate Days at the Crossroads will be the sequel when an appropriate plot line has been nutted out.

The Ballantyne series is a collection of shorter pieces that impinge on Australian politics in the twenty-first century through the thought processes of a maverick Labor Party Senator from the Northern Territory.

© Ian Hughes 2017