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Warana: The Voyage of the Australian Nuclear Protest Yacht Paperback – February 25, 2011
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From the Author
This account is as accurate as I could make it, given the amount of time that has passed. I have access to Warana's log book and the letters I wrote home while I was sailing, so the day-by-day events are correct. I have since talked to other members of the crew and their memories and impressions are quite different. I was not part of the organizing of the voyage or its first few months, so all I know of those events is hearsay and a few newspaper articles and letters.
About the Author
Brian Crawford is a computer programmer living in Marin County, California. In addition to short fiction and memoirs, he has written a historical novel Toki about the South Pacific kingdom of Tonga, and several collections of memoirs and short stories. His stories have been published in the print magazines Bust-Out Stories and Paradox Historical Fiction, and the online journals Slow Trains, e-clips, Clean Sheets, Sedona's Attic, and Oysters and Chocolate, where his story The Heat won a $500 Grand Prize. His short-short story Heart to Heart won Honorable Mention in the Whim's Place 2006 Flash Fiction contest, and The Find won Second Prize in their 2007 contest.