Absent Without Leave
By Paul Livingston
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Absent Without Leave follows three wide-eyed young Australian men from their enlistment at the Sydney Showground in 1940 to the war in the Middle East and jungle warfare in the
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Absent Without Leave
30 October 2013
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Author Biography

Paul is the author of five books, nine radio plays and was a co-writer on the animated feature film, Happy Feet Two. He has received four AWGIE awards for television comedy writing (2009-2012). In 2001 Neil Armfield directed Paul's first stage play Emma's Nose for Belvoir Street Theatre. Paul has appeared in a dozen feature films and numerous theatre productions. His comic alter ego Flacco (1986-present) has toured extensively in Australia and internationally, and his television credits include: The Big Gig, Daas Kapital, Good News Week and The Sideshow. Flacco was a regular on the Triple J Breakfast program from 1994 to 1997. Paul was the joint winner of the 1996 Sidney Myer Performing Arts Award for outstanding achievement in the performing arts in Australia. Paul's non-fiction biography of his father's wartime experiences, Absent Without Leave, is due for release in late 2013.