Sid Harta Publishers

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Max Sollitt

Max Sollitt

Max Sollitt was born in Geelong in 1927 but grew up in the eastern suburbs of Sydney. He narrowly escaped death at the age of five after contracting diptheria in a Bondi orphanage, then after leaving school at the age of sixteen contracted hip-disease and was strapped to a frame in The Prince Henry Hospital for six months. He recovered enough, however, to join the Merchant Navy as a radio officer in 1946, where he began to write short stories and newspaper feature articles when off watch, his first story published in 1948 and first article a year later. Since then he has had many stories and articles published as well as some poetry, and actually worked as a freelance journalist for some years after leaving the sea in 1962. His novel The Correspondence Course was published by Zaresky Press in 2001.

Books by Max Sollitt

Catastroscopes

Catastroscopes

A creative and adventurous Australian bloke’s battle with clinical depression and Anno Domini. Read more about Catastroscopes

Turn your book into a movie

Turn Your Book into a Movie