Tim Winton’s play Shrine tests writer’s nerves and shines a light on road trauma

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“As a playwright I make a pretty decent novelist,” says Tim Winton. “I don’t have any illusions about that.”

Speaking by phone from Western Australia’s Pilbara region on a bright blue day, the writer – one of Australia’s best-known literary figures – doesn’t sugarcoat his attempts at writing for the stage.

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