Caramel Cream

Two young crims, Mitch and Pete, break into a building unaware that social worker Clare is working late. Intercoils themes of sex and race with their ugly offspring sexism and racism. “Superbly constructed … thought provoking and thrilling … a theatrical treat.” Dominion, May 1991. “… proves that (Sinclair) not…

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More Poems by Stephen Sinclair

All poems are the property and copyright of (c) Stephen Sinclair, works are not to be copied or used without written permission, please contact stephen with any enquiries regarding these. The Dwarf and the Stripper and Other Poems Addenda Publishing, 2004 “A virtuoso performance … superb poems …” Iain Sharp,…

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Thief of Colours

Penguin Books, 1995. A mysterious greyness has descended on Whitehaven. Something has happened to the colour. Rumours start flying around all over the place. Is something wrong with the sun? is it because of the chemicals the farmers are using? Everybody has a theory, but nobody knows anything. Nobody, that…

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Dread

Spineless Press, 2000 Three petty crims embark on a road trip that goes horribly wrong. Older than his Maori companions, Pakeha Morton calls all the shots, until a brush with the Mongrel Mob has the three of them fleeing into the bush.  Exhausted, starving and suffering severe sunstroke,  Morton must…

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