University of Melbourne, Parkville VIC 3010, Australia
Liam Davison was educated at Melbourne Teacher's College (now part of the University of Melbourne).
Liam Davison and his wife Frankie Davison.
(This bold and impressive novel interweaves narrative stra...)
This bold and impressive novel interweaves narrative strands from past and present to create a world that is familiar yet disturbingly strange. Landscape becomes an obsession, photographs throw up unsettling images distilled from the past, reality and imagination begin to shift...
(This is the story of a search for the lost white woman in...)
This is the story of a search for the lost white woman in the wilds of Gippsland, Victoria in 1846 - a quest in defence of virtue and "civilised" values. It is also a story of fear, history, myth and the power of the imagination.
Liam Davison was educated at St Bede's College, Melbourne and Melbourne Teacher's College (now part of the University of Melbourne).
Liam Davison taught creative writing at the Chisholm Institute in Frankston until 2007.
Davison was also a freelance writer since 1988. His first novel "The Velodrome" was published in 1988. His other works included "The Shipwreck Party" (short stories), "Soundings" (novel), and "The White Woman" (novel). Davison's work has appeared in many Australian literary anthologies.
In addition, Liam Davison was an occasional reviewer for The Australian newspaper.
Liam Davison married Francesca (Frankie) White, a teacher at Toorak College, in 1983. The couple had a son and a daughter.
Davison and his wife Frankie were both killed on 17 July 2014 aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, which was shot down over Ukraine.