CS Boag

CS Boag

C.S. Boag is a former journalist who has also grown potatoes, driven taxis and bulldozers and worked in a hamburger bar. He has travelled many times throughout Australia and to France, speaking enough French not to die there. He was a Sydney City Councillor for six years and holds degrees from NSW and Sydney universities as well as postgraduate qualifications from Macquarie. Besides publishing short stories he has also worked as a columnist for Woman’s Day and the Bulletin. In 1986 he won the Walter Stone Memorial Prize for Literature. He lives near Bathurst with his wife, Judith, and has five children.

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