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Guy Cranswick

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Guy Cranswick lives in Sydney and has also lived in London and Paris. He has written screenplays, a novel, My Wife, My Job, My Shoes, and a collection of stories, Corporate. His short fiction has been published in many countries around the world.

A preview of his stories can be found at this link:

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Nine Avenues
4.0 of 5 stars 4.00 avg rating — 1 rating — published 2012 — 2 editions
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My Wife My Job My Shoes
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Corporate
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This week John and Alicia Nash died. The flow of news about the incident and reactions to it were filtered and mediated through the movie and book of Nash’s life. The handle is understandable as a key for anyone to connect to the news.


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This is some of the best writing in the last 30 something years. The plot structure is as a good as anything Nabokov could have invented, and at times, it's like Nabokov: think "Ada", with the tales on tales that mirror and twist on each other.

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