Gary Clarke’s first novel, The Boy is a crime thriller that delivers clever plotting with high emotional drama in which the inspector has to confront some startling new truths.Website
Grace Gibson Productions runs TWO quite separate websites: this one (GraceGibson.com.au) is specifically aimed at the Radio Industry, and is focussed upon supplying Broadcast Professionals with information and demos of radio programs, features and specials for which they can obtain licences to broadcast these shows.
Reflected Narrative is about connecting with the meaningful core of an organization, project or place. Who we are. What this is. Why we are here.
We unearth real stories. We engage with the journey. We find its heart. We adapt this material to support all aspects of organizational identity, internal and external communication, website design, evocative video clips, social media and to create ‘story bibles’ that coordinate identity and purpose at all levels.Website
Designed for Jim Unkles a lawyer by occupation, who has spentspent 28 years in the Australian Navy specialising in criminal law with extensive experience as an advocate before Military courts martial and in civil courts as a Police and Crown prosecutor. He has a reputation for addressing injustices. He is trying to achieve a Pardon for Breaker Morant.
A man is found dead in a lost tomb. An ancient object is found at an impossible location. These events set off a heart-racing adventure to solve an ancient code our heroes may wish they had never solved. From the halls of the British Museum, to the sands of Egypt to the porous rocks of Phobos, The Code imRAC Chronicles is an epic tale in which humanity’s true origin is uncovered — as is our ultimate destiny.
John Bartlett spent nine years as a Catholic priest in the southern Philippines, during the years of the Marcos Martial Law of the 1970s. This experience has infused his passion for writing about issues relating to human rights and community development. Human beings with all their frailties and quirkiness continue to inspire his stories and novels.
His debut novel, Towards a Distant Sea, released by Indra Publishing in October 2005 drew heavily on his experiences with the rural poor in the Philippines as well as his own journey as a gay man within and finally away from the Catholic Church.
“Towards a Distant Sea is a study of alienation and fragmentation which doubles as a coming of age novel. Bartlett’s writing is spare and direct, which serves to heighten the surreal nature of the events he describes. Funny, sad and horrifying by turns, this is a fine novel from another great local writer.” (Ron Hughes, Blaze Media)
For the past eight years his features and profiles have been published in The Age, The Canberra Times, The Australian, Good Weekend, The Herald Sun, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Big Issue and Eureka Street. The January 2007 Meanjin published his essay ‘Yahweh and Eros’ on religion and sexuality.
John teaches Professional Writing at Deakin University and works as a freelance editor and manuscript assessor, numbering among his clients Deakin University and The City of Greater Geelong.