Foster, David Manning

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FOSTER, David Manning

FOSTER, David Manning. Australian, b. 1944. Genres: Novels. Career: U.S. Public Health Service, Philadelphia, PA, international postdoctoral research fellow, 1970-71; Medical School, University of Sydney, NSW, sr. research officer, 1971-72, Australian creative fellow, 1992-. Publications: North South West, 1973; The Pure Land, 1974; The Fleeing Atlanta (poetry), 1975; Escape to Reality, 1977; (with D. Lyall) The Empathy Experiment, 1977; Moonlite, 1981; Plumbum, 1983; Dog Rock, 1985; Christian Rosy Cross, 1986; Testostero, 1987; The Pale Blue Crochet Coathanger Cover, 1988; Hitting the Wall, 1989; Mates of Mars, 1991; (ed.) Self Portraits, 1991; A Slab of Fosters, 1994; The Glade within the Grove, 1996; The Ballad of Erinungarah (verse novel), 1997; In the New Country, 1999; Studs & Nogs (essays), 1999; The Land Where Stories End, 2001.