Phillip Edmonds

Phillip Edmonds is the co-managing editor of Australia’s newest literary magazine – Wetink (the magazine of new writing). He was active in small press publishing during the 1970s and later worked in publishing and bookselling. He currently teaches in the English Department at Adelaide University.

As a writer he has published short fiction in most Australian literary magazines and has two collections of short fiction to his name, Big Boys and Don’t let me Fall. He has recently competed a novella about Henry Lawson undertaking a road trip around contemporary Australia entitled Leaving home with Henry.


The soapbox

Fiction(For Bruce Murray)WARWICK LOVED HIS soapbox because standing on it he'd become the centre of attention for once, especially when he convinced his friends to come around and listen between games of cricket down the front drive. They didn't...

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