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Naomi Watts
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Orlando Bloom
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Heath Ledger
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Robert Drewe

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Robert Drewe

Australian novelist, non-fiction and short story writer add

Category: Literature

Born in 1943.

Countries: Australia (86%), United Kingdom (14%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Queensland, Gregor Jordan, Naomi Watts

Linked to: Hale School, La Trobe University, University of Queensland, The West Australian

 

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Robert Drewe was born in 1943 add something


1976

Beginning with "The Savage Crows" in 1976, his books include the widely translated and acclaimed "A Cry in the Jungle Bar", "The Bodysurfers", "Fortune", "The Bay of Contented Men", "Our Sunshine", "The Drowner", "Grace" and "The Rip", as well as a prize-winning memoir, "The Shark Net", and the non-fiction "Walking Ella" add something


2003

"Our Sunshine" was made into a 2003 film, retitled "Ned Kelly", directed by Gregor Jordan and starring Heath Ledger, Orlando Bloom and Naomi Watts add something


2006

Robert Drewe is the editor of two international short-story anthologies, "The Penguin Book of the Beach" and "The Penguin Book of the City", and edited "Best Australian Stories" in 2006 and 2007 and "Best Australian Essays" in 2010 add something


2007

Accessed: 2007-10-11 He was a columnist, features editor and special writer on "The Australian" and the "The Bulletin" add something

 

Accessed: 11 October 2007 He was a columnist, features editor and special writer on "The Australian" and the "The Bulletin" add something


2017

Robert Drewe was on the program to appear in 4 events at the 2017 Brisbane Writers Festival in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia add something