A. S. Patrić

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A. S. Patrić
Born Alec Patrić
Zemun, Serbia
Occupation novelist and short story writer
Language English
Nationality Australian
Notable works Black Rock White City
Notable awards Miles Franklin Award 2016
Years active 2009–

A. (Alec) S. Patrić is an Australian novelist and short story writer who was born in Zemun, Serbia and migrated to Australia with his family when he was still a child.[1] He won the 2016 Miles Franklin Award for his debut novel Black Rock White City.[2]

Patrić lectures in creative writing at the University of Melbourne and is also a bookseller in St. Kilda Victoria.

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  • The Rattler and Other Stories (2011)
  • Las Vegas for Vegans (2012)
  • Bruno Kramzer: A Long Story (2013)

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