Darryl Dymock


Darryl Dymock works as a writer and also part-time as a senior researcher and adjunct lecturer
in adult and vocational education at Griffith University.

His most recent books are Extending your use-by date: Why retirement age is only a number
(Xoum Publications, Sydney, 2013), and a biography, Hustling Hinkler: The short tumultuous life
of a trail-blazing aviator
(Hachette Australia, 2013).


Working late

EssayANNIE WAS WORKING as a secretary when she turned sixty, a milestone she’d always regarded as her retirement age. Although she could have coped financially, she found she wasn’t ready to retire: ‘I felt there were still things that...

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