Fifty Years Sober: An alcoholic’s journey

Fifty Years Sober: An alcoholic’s journey

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A daily battle to remain sober …

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With alcoholism one of our major public health issues it’s an important book that may shine a light for those still suffering and their families.

–Phil Brown, Q Magazine, The Courier-Mail, 21 March 2020

To celebrate 40 years of sobriety, Ross Fitzgerald published My Name Is Ross (2010) – the story of his battle with alcoholism. Although he has now succeeded in not drinking alcohol or using drugs for 50 years, in this revised and updated edition the author still calls himself an alcoholic, and pays extended tribute to the role of Alcoholics Anonymous in keeping him on the wagon. Ross Fitzgerald has been a successful academic, writer, reviewer, and commentator in the media, and acknowledges that it remains a daily battle to remain sober.

Ross Fitzgerald AM is Emeritus Professor of History & Politics at Griffith University. He is the author of 41 books, including the political/sexual satires Going Out Backwards: A Grafton Everest Adventure, The Dizzying Heights and So Far, So Good: An Entertainment all published by Hybrid in Melbourne. He lives in Redfern, Sydney.

Listen to Alan Jones’ radio interview of Ross Fitzgerald: https://bit.ly/2UwGJbR

Hear Ross Fitzgerald speaking about his memoir at his ‘virtual’ launch at the Sydney Institute: https://bit.ly/33Jt5WU

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