Taylor in May 2009
21 June 1949
Manly, New South Wales
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Kenwrick Taylor (born 21 June 1949) is an Australian novelist.
Taylor was born in the Sydney suburb of Manly, the son of an international businessman and travelled the world until his seventh year when he was returned to Australia. He studied Arts/Law at Sydney University and practised as a criminal lawyer before living for a period as a hippie and then a film caterer.
Taylor is the author of two novels. His first novel 'Dumb Jungle' was short-listed in the Australian Vogel National Literary Competition. His second novel 'A Very Handy Man' was released in May 2009.
He lives in Sydney, Australia.
Bibliography[edit | edit source]
- 1982: Dumb Jungle
- 2009: A Very Handy Man
Awards[edit | edit source]
- 1982: Shortlist - Australian Vogel National Literary Competition
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