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by Liam Davison
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Liam Davison and his wife Frankie were aboard Malaysia Airlines flight MH-17 when it was shot down over disputed territory in Ukraine, and all lives were lost. Books by Liam Davison. Mor. rivia About The Velodrome.
He was born in Melbourne, where, until 2007, he taught creative writing at the Chisholm Institute in Frankston. Davison was educated at St Bede's College, Melbourne and Melbourne Teacher's College. He was awarded the National Book Council's Banjo Award for Fiction in 1993 and shortlisted for several literary prizes such as The Age Book of the Year Award and the Victorian Premier's Literary Award
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He was awarded the National Book Council's Banjo Award for Fiction in 1993 and shortlisted for several literary prizes such as
Liam Patrick Davison was born on the 29 July 1957 in Melbourne, Victoria. His short fiction has won many awards and his first novel The Velodrome (1988) was shortlisted for the 1987 Australian/Vogel Award. He has taught history, English and creative writing in Victorian high schools and colleges. His short stories are widely published and broadcast, many of which are included in Collected stories (2001). Supported by grants from the Australia Council, Davison wrote Soundings (1993) which won the National Book Council Banjo Award for fiction
DAVISON, Liam Nationality: Australian. Davison's first novel, The Velodrome, is narrated by Leon, whose father, like his two friends Sam and Eric, is a passionate cyclist.
DAVISON, Liam Nationality: Australian. Born: Melbourne, Victoria, 29 July 1957. Education: Melbourne State College, . Family: Married Francesca White in 1983; one son and one daughter.
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Vale Liam Davison Posted on July 24, 2014 Nat O’Reilly’s tribute to Liam .
We have republished the tribute in full. Davison is the author of five novels, The Velodrome (1988), Soundings (1993), The White Woman (1994), The Betrayal (1999) and Florilegium (2001); two collections of short fiction, The Shipwreck Party (1988) and Collected Stories (2001); and The Spirit of Rural Australia (1999), a collaboration with photographer Jim Conquest.
Published 1988 by Allen & Unwin in Sydney, Boston. There's no description for this book yet. MLCS 93/02963 (P). The Physical Object.