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Robert Whyte (born 1955, in Melbourne) is an Australian author, editor and journalist. His works include modernist fiction, political satire, science journalism and books. He is a founding co-owner and director of the Brisbane-based multimedia firm ToadShow. After 2012 he participated in the Australian Government's new species exploration program Bush Blitz. His works include the novel Manacles (1985), influenced by Irish authors James Joyce and Flann O'Brien,Dever, Maryanne, Ash, Jennifer, "The Politics of Publishing and Postmodernism: Robert Whyte’s Manacles", Southerly: A Review of Australian Literature (Australia), 48:2, June 1988, pp. 212-223.Manacles / a novel by Robert Whyte National Library Record</ref> a practical guide to creek restoration, The Creek in Our Back Yard (2011)"The creek in our back yard" . Save Our Waterways Now Inc | ABN 78 309 030 727 and second edition revised and expanded June 2013</ref> and A Field Guide to Spiders of Australia for CSIRO Publishing 2017.

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