Dion Perry is an author of three books. His fiction works focus mostly on speculative fiction in the genre of sci-fi and urban fantasy. Dion has also written a non-fiction book titled: Island Life: The story of Clarke Island 1984-1990.
I have three published books. Target 2013 is my first novel and was published through Vivid Publishing. Alien love is a short story and essay which was published through Amazon Kindle. Satellite Attack is a science fiction novel published through Austin Macauley.
I have previously studied martial arts with several years of training in aikido. I was a student of a contemporary mystery school Ramtha’s School of Enlightenment for over 10 years but I am currently taking a hiatus.
I love films and I am a member of the ANU Film Group. I am a member of the ACT Writers Centre and also the Canberra Speculative Fiction Guild (CSFG).
Of a weekend I spend time with my wife and dogs on our small farm in the NSW Southern Tablelands where we are slowly implementing a permaculture design.
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Dion is the author of three books: Target 2013, Alien Love and Satellite Attack. Dion has also written a non-fiction autobiographical history which will be published in the second half of 2019 by Ginninderra Press.
He is a lover of books and reads and reviews over fifty books a year, He also loves films and has been a member of the ANU Film Group in Canberra since 2008.
He is a member of the ACT Writers Centre and also the Canberra Speculative Fiction Guild (CSFG) where he participates in novel critiquing.
A former martial artist, he spent several years training in aikido kenkyukai. He was also a student of a contemporary mystery school Ramtha’s School of Enlightenment for over 10 years.
Dion has a BA for the University of Tasmania with majors in sociology and Aboriginal studies. He works in Canberra three days a week as a public servant but lives with his wife, two dogs, a cat and a laying hen on their small farm in the NSW Southern Tablelands. He is a hobby farmer who is passionate about permaculture.
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