Roger Patulny

Roger Patulny is a sociologist, lecturer and researcher at the University of Wollongong. He has published works on social interaction and connections, masculinity and loneliness, the social experience and management of emotions, and urban life. Creatively, he writes social, historical and futurist inspired fiction prose and poetry; over-indulges in journey narratives; and has recently had a colourful story about playing cricket on Mars published in the Urchin Press sci-fi collection ‘Imaginary Worlds’.


We speed past the same breed of low‐tide pelicans I remember from when I lay with you, amongst the flattened reeds and upturned kayaks. Everything smells of barbecues and lakewater as we ride east, now, toward the sea, where the …

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