R.M. Winn: Bury Me Vertical

Of rogues and ratbags

Tim Howard


Bury Me Vertical
by R.M. Winn
Penguin, $29.95 pb, 246 pp, 9781921518553


Ryle Winn was a rural valuer and jack of all trades before being laid low by a brain tumour in the mid-1990s. He turned to writing and produced a string of successful titles, including a memoir of his illness, Out of the Blue (2009), and numerous collections of bush yarns and personal anecdotes.

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Published in November 2011 no. 336
Tim Howard

Tim Howard

Tim Howard lives in suburban Melbourne with his partner and their daughter. His writing has appeared in the Sydney Morning Herald, The Enthusiast, The Big Issue, and elsewhere. At present Tim is working on a novel, a handful of short stories, and a series of monologues. He also dabbles in songwriting.

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