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Luke Davies

Luke Davies
Luke Davies ...

Luke Davies is an Australian writer of poetry, novels and screenplays, born in Sydney in 1962.

Davies' first poetry collection Four Plots for Magnets was published in 1982 by S. K. Kelen at Glandular Press when he was 20 years old.

It will be republished by Pitt Street Poetry in May 2013.

His 1997 novel Candy was filmed in 2006 by Neil Armfield to their co-written screenplay: the film Candy starred Heath Ledger and Abbie Cornish.

His other works include the novels Isabelle the Navigator and God of Speed, and several volumes of poetry - Four Plots for Magnets, Absolute Event Horizon, Running With Light, Totem and Interferon Psalms.

Davies' brother Ben Davies, an Australian television producer, now teaches at Armidale Film and Television School in NSW, Australia.

Youngest brother Felix Davies, is a sound recordist and composer, residing in the United Kingdom.

Contents

  • Awards and nominations 1
  • Bibliography 2
  • Notes 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Awards and nominations

Bibliography

Notes

  1. ^ "Mildura Writers' Festival, Thursday 20 – Sunday 23 July 2006". Arts Festival 07 Mildura/Wentworth. Archived from the original on 2007-06-08. Retrieved 2007-08-04. 

References

  • 30 July 2006ABC TV Sunday Arts Accessed: 16 July 2007
  • 21 August 2007The AgeSteger, Jason (2004) "Love in the time of poetry" in Accessed: 16 July 2007
  • Candy Film Review

External links

  • [2] Profile on Davies in The Australian Weekend Magazine, March 2008
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