The Grass is Always Browner

TitleThe Grass is Always Browner
Year for Search2011
AuthorsKnox, Martin
Date Published2011
PublisherZeus Publications
Place PublishedBurleigh, QLD, Australia
KeywordsAustralian author, Male author, UK author
Annotation

Post-catastrophe dystopia and eutopia. Australia has experienced a Great Famine, Coal Wars, and other disasters, and it is slowly recovering under Aborigine leadership. But its neighbors covet its resources and it is forced into an Asian alliance, has to change its name to Austrasia, and loses some of its resources. After a time Aboriginal leadership is reestablished and the renamed Australia is again recovering.

URLhttp://www.zeus-publications.com/the_grass_is_always_browner.htm.
Author Note

The author was born in the U.K. and worked in Canada and the U.S. before settling in Australia.

Full Text

2011 Knox, Martin (b. 1946). The Grass is Always Browner. Burleigh, QLD, Australia: Zeus Publications. http://www.zeus-publications.com/the_grass_is_always_browner.htm.

Post-catastrophe dystopia and eutopia. Australia has experienced a Great Famine, Coal Wars, and other disasters, and it is slowly recovering under Aborigine leadership. But its neighbors covet its resources and it is forced into an Asian alliance, has to change its name to Austrasia, and loses some of its resources. After a time Aboriginal leadership is reestablished and the renamed Australia is again recovering. The author was born in the U.K. and worked in Canada and the U.S. before settling in Australia.