Author(s): Mark O'Flynn
"Ava Langdon is often not herself. Having fled her early life in New Zealand and endured the loss of her children, she now lives as a recluse in the Blue Mountains. Regarded by locals as a colourful eccentric, she dresses in men's clothes and fearlessly pursues her artistic path. All that matters to Ava is her writing. Words offer beauty and a sense of possibility when so much else has been lost. But can they offer her redemption in her last days? Poetic, poignant, and at times bitingly funny, The Last Days of Ava Langdon takes us into the mind of a true maverick. "
Born in Melbourne, Mark O Flynn now lives in the Blue Mountains. He began writing for the theatre before turning to fiction and poetry. He has published five collections of poetry, most recently "The Soup s Song." His novels include "Grassdogs"and "The Forgotten World.""