Christine Piper

Laurie Steed reviews 'After Darkness' by Christine Piper

Laurie Steed
26 August 2014

Australia’s history is chequered at best. For every story of military heroism, there is one of discomfiting prejudice. So it is with Christine Piper’s After Darkness, which explores Australian history from the point of view of a Japanese doctor, Tomakazu Ibaraki, arrested as a national threat while in Broome, and sent to the Loveday internment camps in re ... More

Open Page with Christine Piper

26 August 2014

Why do you write?

When all the parts of a story successfully converge it is very satisfying, much like solving a maths problem.

Are you a vivid dreamer?

I seem to dream more awake than I do asleep. As a child, I often acted out imaginary scenarios, speaking the various par ... More

2014 Calibre Prize (Winner): Unearthing the Past

Christine Piper
25 March 2014

Christine Piper is the winner of the 2014 Calibre Prize for an Outstanding Essay, worth $5,000. In this powerful essay, she writes about Japanese biological weapons and wartime experiments on living human beings.

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