Lachlan Walter is a writer, science-fiction critic and nursery-hand (the garden kind, not the baby kind). He is the author of two books: the deeply Australian post-apocalyptic tale The Rain Never Came, and the giant-monster story-cycle We Call It Monster. He also writes science fiction criticism, his short fiction can be found floating around online, and he has completed a PhD that critically and creatively explored the relationship between Australian post-apocalyptic fiction and Australian notions of national identity.
He loves all things music-related, the Australian environment, overlooked genres and playing in the garden. He hopes you’re having a nice day.
For more information, head to www.lachlanwalter.com
Lachlan has written several blog posts and is a valued member of the review team at Aussie Speculative Fiction. His short story, ‘When the Lights Went Out’ was published in our anthology, ‘Beginnings.’