Chas Savage

Chas Savage has worked as a baker’s assistant, a writer and a speechwriter in the past 10 years.

He has written feature and opinion articles for The Australian, The Age and Griffith REVIEW and has had short fiction published in Southerly, Voices, Island andAustralian Short Stories.

He is currently writing the great Australian novel. In his spare time, he studies philosophy at the Australian National University.


Lives of the Australian undead

PolicyEven if it be better for certain individuals to govern, they should be made only guardians and ministers of the law ... He who bids the law rule may be deemed to bid God and Reason alone rule, but...

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