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Gerard Windsor

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Gerard Windsor is one of Australia’s most stimulating writers. He was born in Sydney in 1944, and spent seven years as a Jesuit, but left before ordination. He later obtained degrees from the ANU and Sydney University. His short stories, articles and reviews have appeared in numerous anthologies, literary magazines and newspapers. He is the author of several books, including Heaven Where the Bachelors Sit, I Asked Cathleen to Dance and I’ll Just Tell You This.
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She was watching him and saw both the delirium and the detachment locked together. She began to flex roll her thighs and she watched his eyes glaze over. And he said nothing ‘It’s done,’ she said, ra ...


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Twenty-three young Australians became Jesuit novices in 1963; only two are still members of that fabled Catholic order. Gerard Windsor was among those who departed. Now one of our most stimulating wri ...

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