Neale Morison

Neale Morison is a writer of words and code.

His roles have combined technical writing and development with analysis, design, project management and general management tasks. His experience includes twenty years in software development, IT writing, technical writing, journalism, and fifteen years in Internet development.

As a communicator, in the role of editor, journalist or web content developer, Neale is able to deliver in a large range of styles to meet the specific needs of his audience.

His output includes technical books, manuals, news, features, reviews, and public relations. In 2000 he won an industry writing award for his The End humour column in the Australian Industry Standard. His Web sites have also won awards.

His short science fiction story "All Over Rover" was published in the Futures section of Nature journal, April 10 2008. Another short science fiction story, "Can of Wormholes", was published in Nature Physics in June 2008.

From August 2007 to July 2008, Neale was in Cambridge, Massachusetts, writing and attending courses at MIT and Harvard.

In May 2012 Neale delivered a paper at the Society for Technical Communication Summit in Chicago.

Neale Morison writes fiction, humour, poetry and music, samples of which are available in the writing and music sections of this site.

Neale Morison lives in Sydney. He is married to Julie Robotham, and has three daughters, Phoebe, Elizabeth and Stella.