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Cameron Rogers

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Pen name  Rowley Monkfish
Genre  Speculative fiction
Nationality  Australian
Name  Cameron Rogers
Cameron Rogers
Born  5 May 1972 Cairns, Queensland, Australia (1972-05-05)

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Cameron Rogers is an Australian writer of speculative fiction.


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Rogers was born in 1972 in Cairns, Queensland, Australia and currently lives in Melbourne. His first work to be published was a young-adult novel, entitled The Vampires which he collaborated with Anthony Short who provided the illustrations. The Vampires is the twenty first book in the After Dark which was originally started in 1991 by Gary Crew. In 2001 Rogers released his novel The Music of Razors which was published by Penguin Books in Australia and by Del Rey Books in the United States. The Music of Razors was nominated for three awards at the 2001 Aurealis Awards – fantasy, horror, and young-adult categories however lost all three. In 2005 Rodgers released Nicholas and the Chronoporter as under the name Rowley Monkfish which is part of the Aussie Chomps series. and in 2007 The Music of Razors was released in the United States by Random House as an uncorrected proofs edition which featured an additional 40,000 words than the original release. He is currently working on a book entitled Fateless which he started before The Music of Razors and an untitled steampunk fantasy novel. Rogers is also currently writing a screenplay.


  • The Music of Razors
  • Nomination: 2001 Aurealis Award for best fantasy novel
  • Nomination: 2001 Aurealis Award for best horror novel
  • Nomination: 2001 Aurealis Award for best young-adult novel
  • References

    Cameron Rogers Wikipedia

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