Gregory Day

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Gregory Day
Born Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Occupation writer
Notable works The Patron Saint of Eels, The Flash Road: Scenes From The Building Of The Great Ocean Road, Archipelago Of Souls
Notable awards ALS Gold Medal, Elizabeth Jolley Prize
Years active 1990 —

Gregory Day is an Australian novelist, poet and musician.

Life[edit]

Gregory Day is a novelist, poet and musician based in Victoria, Australia. He is best known for his Mangowak novels, which document generational, demographic and environmental change on the 21st century coast of southwest Victoria, Australia. He has also been acclaimed for his musical compositions and recordings, notably his settings and singing of the poetry of William Butler Yeats on the album The Black Tower", and his project The Flash Road", which narrates, in a sung and highly literary musical style, the building of the Great Ocean Road in southwest Victoria in the years following The Great War.

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Interviews[edit]

  • "ABC Radio National Books and Arts" [1] July 2015
  • "ABC Radio National Book Show" [2] - 21 May 2008

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