|Author Info ||
|Adrian Cedric Rogers was born at Lincoln, England in September 1940. After a childhood spent in various parts of Britain, and work in the music publishing industry in London, he married and moved to Northern Ireland in 1969 to train as a school music teacher. Then, after a teaching career in Ireland, Scotland, and the Shetland Islands, he moved to Australia with his family in 1985. He continued teaching- in Horsham, Victoria, in Darwin, then Forbes, NSW, before a spell in Papua New Guinea, as Head of Music and Drama at the International School in Lae. On returning to Australia he settled in Gawler, SA, where he still does some private teaching while working to establish himself as an author.|
He began writing in Darwin in 1989, though without much success at first. However, during the 1990s he established a reputation contributing poetry to national magazines, and anthologies, and by having short stories read on Radio 5UV Adelaide, and also published in two anthologies.
|The Gates of Sunset|| |
|Official sffworld.com reviews|
The Gates of Sunset, while starting slowly and perhaps a little erratic in
its early pages, gradually builds into an intriguing tale of two dimensions,
inexplicably woven together with their parallel destinies.
Neil Cladingboel has talked with fantasy author Adrian Rogers about his inspiration and his latest book Gates of Sunset.