An eccentric great-uncle, a story-telling grandfather, and unconsciously story-telling mother, various yarn-spinning deer-cullers, fishermen, boozers in pubs and priests in pulpits all helped give birth to Uncle Trev, who has already appeared in various publications and broadcasts. This is his first collection.
Storylines award for much loved book for 2012.
About the author
Jack Lasenby has been a teacher, deer culler, possum trapper, editor of the School Journal, lecturer in English, and a writer for adults, children and literate dogs. He enjoys a monkish life in the well-known writers' colony of Paremata, spending much of his time shaking his fist at obnoxious tourists and barking at seagulls. He has received numerous awards for his writing.
The inimitable and quintessential Uncle Trev's first collection.
Also by Jack Lasenby and published by Cape Catley:
Author: Jack lasenby
Hardback: 205 mm x 140 mm
Date of Publication: June 1997
Uncle Trev and the Treaty of Waitangi
Author: Jack Lasenby
Paperback, 170 pages
Year of Publication:
Out of Print