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Carrion Colony

Editorial Review - Books+Publishing - Thorpe-Bowker and Contributors

Carrion Colony is the second novel by Richard King, the 1995 Vogel winner for Kindling Does for Firewood. In Carrion Colony, King writes a satirical history of white Australia, revealing filth, cruelty, and absurdity as the fundament of the nation. Set in the penal colony of Old and New Bridgeford, King explores the psyche and dynamic of the dilapidated and hungry new arrivals through quaint and ... Read full review

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