Cameron Raynes

Cameron RaynesCameron Raynes, author of The Last Protector and The Colour of Kerosene, is a WA born writer who now teaches Aboriginal History at the University of South Australia. He won the Josephine Ulrick Literary Prize in 2008 for The Colour of Kerosene which later was adapted into a short film and went on to win the Best Australian Film Award at the Barossa Film Festival.

See Cameron on Saturday 22nd of October at 9am forĀ The Long and The Short of it: Short Story Writers and Novelists and Sunday 23rd of October at 10am forĀ From Page to Stage/Screen.

The Australian Short Story Festival is an annual festival celebrating short stories in written as well as spoken form