Terror in Australia: Workers' Paradise Lost

Terror in Australia: Workers' Paradise Lost

by John Stapleton

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BN ID: 2940151186063
Publisher: A Sense Of Place Publishing
Publication date: 09/28/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

The first money John Stapleton ever made out of writing was in 1972 when he was co---winner of a short story competition held by what was then Australia’s then leading cultural celebration, the Adelaide Arts Festival. He graduated from Macquarie University in Sydney in 1975 with a double major in philosophy and anthropology and did post- graduate work with the Sociology Department at Flinders University.

His articles and fiction have appeared in a range of magazines, newspapers and anthologies. Stapleton joined the staff of The Sydney Morning Herald in 1986. In 2004 he moved to The Australian, leaving after 15 years. As a general news reporter in Sydney John Stapleton, or "Stapo" as he was widely known, covered literally thousands of stories: from the funerals of bikies, children and dignitaries to fires, floods, droughts and demonstrations of all kinds.

In 2000 he helped found the world’s longest running father’s show, Dads On The Air. After leaving The Australian in 2009 he established A Sense of Place Publishing while traveling in S.E. Asia.

His books include Chaos at the Crossroads, The Twilight Soi, Hunting the Famous, Thailand: Deadly Destination and Terror in Australia: Workers' Paradise Lost.

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