Tim Winton is driving a small, light grey rental car as we head to lunch at a pub in Albany, the former whaling town in southern Western Australia where he spent his queasy teenage years. He lived there only from 13 to 16, but the old port city, renamed Angelus in his fiction, has had a formative impact on his life and work, from early novels such as Shallows, which won his first Miles Franklin Literary Award in 1984, to Breath, which brought him the award for a fourth time in 2009.
"As a writer you try to listen to what others aren't saying.and write about the silence." There is very little silence in this show, so what does that say about the writing? I like the feel that I get from the type face of this quote.
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