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Slice of Life

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Paul Haines sliced through the Australian writing scene with his twisted and murderous black humour in 2002. He has since won many awards and praise for his dark and surreal stories. Paul places himself in stories that make you think twice about his sanity and good taste. 'Explicit, violent, mysogynistic and nasty... stories are heavily cemented in my real life, and I love...more
Paperback, 176 pages
Published October 2009 by The Mayne Press
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Kirstyn McDermott
A slim but excellent collection of Paul Haines' short fiction, certainly not for the faint-hearted!
Loved it...glad I came to read Paul Haines. Horror for adults - excellent.
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Paul Haines was raised in the 1970s in the wrong part of Auckland, New Zealand and moved to Australia in the 1990s. Having vowed to never call it home, he now lives in Melbourne with his wife and daughter.

His first two collections were shortlisted for Australian speculative fiction awards, and one of them managed to nab the New Zealand award for Best Collection and the other the Australian Ditmar...more
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