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Trent Jamieson is a multi-award winning novelist and short story writer. 

He is the author of the Death Works series, The Nightbound Land Duology, Day Boy, and The Giant and the Sea.

He can be contacted below.

Some of his short fiction can be read here.

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Another birthday comes around.

Fifty treated me well. I wrote a lot, did some amazing work with Brent Wilson which we’ll start talking about in 2025, published a little, mainly focussed on finishing off what I hope is the next novel (nearly there), won an Aurealis Award for the Stone Road (!) and ended the year with a Creative Australia grant large enough for me to take next year off work and spend the time writing another book.

Fifty was also the year that I learnt that I could decide to do a project with someone and actually see it through. It's just a matter of working with the right person. Since it's taken me three decades to reach this conclusion I guess it's easier said than done, but it's about the most fun I've ever had artistically.


Time is the most precious thing. And getting it to work on a book I’ve been putting off for years because it’s a real stretch of my skills is an absolute gift and one I won’t be taking lightly.


I’ve made do with moments snatched between childcare and work and weekends and there’s a real power in friction of competing needs, but I am looking forward to days of writing in a row, and being able to give deeper thought to what I am doing. I guess we’ll see how that goes.

I'll also have more time to make sure that I actually promote the work I have coming out. I sometimes let that slide. And I'm going to be giving the old webpage a bit of a polish too. With so many other things going on it often gets neglected.

I'm also working on a series of essays. It's a weird little project that I'm aiming to write 200 essays of 200 words each, all about writing and art as I see it. It's either going to be fun or repetitive. Not sure what I'm going to do with it, but I'll actually have time to think about that too.

Now, a child has just gotten up, so time to get breakfast. But here's a link to a story of mine that came out earlier in the year. Hope you enjoy - if you have time :)

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