Richard Glover is one of Australia's best-loved writers and broadcasters. Author of 14 books and a weekly personal column which has appeared in the Sydney Morning Herald since 1985, he also presents the top-rating Drive show on ABC radio in Sydney.
His funny, powerful and moving memoir Flesh Wounds was voted one of the top five books of 2015 by viewers of ABC television's The Book Club, and it was Reader's Choice winner as Biography of the Year in the 2016 Australian Book Industry Awards. Jeanette Winterson described Flesh Wounds as “Sad, funny, revealing, optimistic and hopeful” and The Australian called it “a breathtaking accomplishment in style and empathy”.
Richard's other books include Flesh Wounds, George Clooney's Haircut and Other Cries for Help, Why Men are Necessary and Other News from Nowhere, The Mud house: four friends, one block of land, no power tools, Desperate Husbands and The dag's dictionary: a humorous book of words that should exist, but don't.
For more about Richard, visit www.richardglover.com.au.