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Ian Fraser (playwright). Fraser's experiences in the South African Defence Force provided much of the background for his first novel, published by Penguin Books (My Own Private Orchestra, ISBN 0-14-023050-5).
Ian Fraser (playwright). For other people with the same name, see Ian Fraser (disambiguation). In 1994, he began writing as an Internet technology columnist for the Johannesburg daily newspaper, The Star.
Ian Fraser's brutally frank autobiography of a turbulent childhood and life in the army under Apartheid was first published by Penguin Books in 1993. My Own Private Orchestra - Ian Fraser. The work earned a CNA Literary Award nomination in 1994. Satire is his vehicle for the most part and he is probably best known for his one-man shows and his plays, which have gained him the respect and admiration of critics and public alike. My Own Private Orchestra. Nomination: the CNA Literary Awards, 1994.
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My Own Private Orchestra, Penguin Books 1993. Nominated for ‘CNA Literary Awards,’ Debut section, 1994). The Star, Johannesburg, South Africa. 1994 –2002 Internet technology columnist. Mail & Guardian, Johannesburg, South Africa 2002-2006 Columnist, Fraser’s Razor.
Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780140230505. Release Date:January 1993.
My Own Private Orchestra" by Ian Fraser is a remarkably emotion packed book. This memoir is written in a stream of consciousness style that some people may find unappealing (I didn't) and is searingly honest in its depiction of self-loathing, contemplation of suicide, terrible abuse and bullying during national service, drug abuse, obsessive behaviours and general estrangement from any joy in life or connection with other people. From his early childhood Ian Fraser felt, and was, estranged from the external world that he inhabited.
Free People's Concert. Fraser's experiences in the South African Defence Force provided much of the background for his first novel, published by Penguin Books. Ian Fraser (born 18 April 1962) is a South African playwright, writer, comedian, anti-Apartheid activist, artist, anarchist, and social agitator, now living in the USA. He began as South Africa's first street-level comedian, 'ranting-verse' poet, and acerbic anti-government satirist.
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