Australian author Robert Edeson trained in medicine. His professional career has encompassed consultant anaesthesia practice, as well as basic science research in pharmacology and mathematical biology. His main interests outside medicine have always been language and mathematics. He holds the view that the prerogative, and obligation, of fiction is to deceive.
The Weaver Fish is Robert Edeson’s first novel. The manuscript was awarded the T. A. G. Hungerford Award, winning publication by Fremantle Press.