Hope, Christopher (David Tully)

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HOPE, Christopher (David Tully)

HOPE, Christopher (David Tully). South African, b. 1944. Genres: Novels, Novellas/Short stories, Children's fiction, Poetry, Travel/Exploration. Career: South British Insurance, Johannesburg, underwriter, 1966; Nasionale Pers, publishers, Cape Town, ed., 1966-67; Durban Sunday Tribune, reviewer, 1968-69; Lintas, copywriter, Durban, 1967-69, and Durban and Johannesburg, 1973-75; Halesowen Secondary Modern School, English teacher, 1972; Bolt, Durban, ed., 1972-73; Gordonstoun School, Elgin, Scotland, writer-inresidence, 1978; Royal Society of Literature, fellow, 1990. Publications: NOVELS: A Separate Development, 1980; Kruger's Alp, 1984; The Hottentot Room, 1986 My Chocolate Redeemer, 1989; Serenity House, 1992; Darkest England, 1996; Me, the Moon and Elvis Presley, 1997; Heaven Forbid, 2002. STORIES: Learning to Fly and Other Tales, 1981; Black Swan (novella), 1987; The Love Songs of Nathan J. Swirsky, 1993. FOR CHILDREN: (with Y. Menuhin) The King, The Cat, and the Fiddle, 1983; The Dragon Wore Pink, 1985. TRAVEL: Moscow! Moscow!, 1990; Signs of the Heart: Love and Death in Languedoc, 1999. POETRY: (with M. Kirkwood) Whitewashes, 1971; Cape Drives, 1974; In the Country of the Black Pig and Other Poems, 1981; Englishmen, 1985. OTHER: White Boy Running (memoir), 1988. Address: c/o Rogers, Coleridge and White, 20 Powis Mews, London W11 1JN, England. Online address: [email protected]

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