CALDWELL, Grant. Australian, b. 1947. Genres: Poetry, Novellas/Short stories. Career: Secondary school teacher, 1971-73; worked in London, Morocco, and Spain, 1974-77; imprisoned for drug smuggling in Morocco, 1975-76; SCOPP (literary magazine), Sydney, Austrailia, editorial reader, 1977-79; freelance writer, c. 1979-; MEUSE (art and literature magazine), editor and publisher, 1980-82; Angus and Robertson Publishers, editorial reader, 1982-84; Darlinghurst Non-School of Writing, teacher and director, 1984-87; Going Down Swinging (literary magazine), guest editorial reader, 1992; Victoria College of the Arts, writer and teacher, 1995-97. Performed and read work at schools, theatres, universities, pubs, clubs, and festivals. Publications: POETRY: The Screaming Frog That Ralph Ate, 1979; The Bells of Mr. Whippy, 1982; The Nun Wore Sunglasses, 1984; The Life of a Pet Dog, 1993; You Know What I Mean, 1996. OTHER: The Revolt of the Coats (short stories), 1988; Malabata (autobiography), 1991. Contributor of stories to periodicals. Poetry, prose, and stories published in magazines, anthologies, and newspapers, and broadcast on television and radio worldwide. Address: c/o Hale & Iremonger, 19 Eve St., Erskineville, NSW 2043, Australia.