About the Authors

Andrew R. Cameron

Andrew is a writer and academic who lives in that isolated town between desert and sea – Perth, Western Australia. He completed his PhD in Creative Writing in 2013, studying the dialectic between science and religion in the genre of science fiction. He currently works at Curtin University, where he teaches Creative Writing and runs a mentoring service for postgraduate students. He loves to read and generally do nerdy things. But he also enjoys being outdoors, especially those endless summer days hiking in the Darling Ranges.

Andrew’s grandfather, William Henry Cameron, fought in Gallipoli as part of the 3rd Field Company, Australian Engineers. Andrew is looking forward to visiting Gallipoli to honour his grandfather and commemorate the centenary of the Anzac landings.

His writings on science, fiction, and all things science fiction can be found at Science-fictionality.

Garreth Bradshaw

Garreth has worked extensively as an Actor, Director, and Teacher. In 2007 Garreth co-founded Upstart Theatre Co. which has gained a reputation for producing high quality theatre in PS Art Space, Fremantle. His immersive production of Romeo and Juliet was a Fringeworld awards finalist in 2014. Since that time he has worked with Ireland based Theatre company, Endless Theatre Co as both an actor and director.

When he is not working with theatre companies, Garreth is the lead puppeteer for Camp Quality, visiting primary school’s all over Western Australia; educating students about cancer, resilience, and positivity.

Garreth comes from a long line of military servicemen and will be remembering their service as well as that of their comrades this ANZAC day. Lest We Forget.

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