Randolph Stow, winner of the Patrick White Award in 1979, was born in Geraldton, Western Australia in 1935. As an undergraduate he published two novels and a collection of poems. Stow tutored in English at the University of Adelaide, studied Anthropology, worked on a mission in the far north of Western Australia, and as assistant to the Government Anthropologist of Papua New Guinea. Since 1969 he has mainly lived in Suffolk, though he has travelled widely in Europe, North America and Asia.
Randolph Stow has received many awards and commendations for his literature, including both the Miles Franklin Award and the Australian Literature Society Gold Medal for \"To the Islands\".
ALL TITLES BY RANDOLPH STOW
Infused with myth and powerful magic, this novel celebrates the ghostly history and abiding landscape of Suffolk, Randolph Stow's adopted home.
From the frozen winter of his past, Crispin Clare's fev ...
Tourmaline is an isolated Western Australian mining town - a place of heat and dust, as allegorical as it is real. Out of the desert staggers a young diviner, Michael Random, offering salvation to th ...