Bacchus Marsh, Victoria, AU
|Oscar and Lucinda||1997||Source Material (from novel)||("Oscar and Lucinda")||1|
|Until the End of the World||1991||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|Dead-End Drive-In||1985||From Story||from short story("Crabs")||1|
|Bliss||1986||Source Material (from novel)||("Bliss")||1|
|Screenwriting debut, collaborating with Ray Lawrence on the film adapation of his novel "Bliss"|
|Contributed to the screenplay for "Until the End of the World", directed by Wim Wenders|
|Began writing fiction|
|Moved to London in the early 1960s and lived there for two years|
|Published first book, "The Fat Man in History", a collection of short stories|
|First novel, "Bliss", published|
|After college, worked as an advertising copywriter in Sydney, Australia|
|Peter Carey teaches creative writing at New York University.|
|Carey's novel "Illywhacker" was shortlisted for the 1985 Booker Prize.|
|His novel "True History of the Kelly Gang" was shortlistd for the 2001 Booker Prize.|
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