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Honey Brown

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Occupation  writer
Years active  2008-

Nationality  Australian
Language  English
Name  Honey Brown
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Notable awards  Aurealis Award for Best Horror Novel, Davitt Award

Notable works  Red Queen, Dark Horse

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Honey Brown is an Australian novelist who grew up in Campbell Town, Tasmania. She attended Campbell Town High School and Launceston College before moving to Victoria. In 2009 she was involved in a farming accident which left her partially paralysed and unable to walk. She now lives in Gippsland, Victoria with her husband and two children.


Her first novel, Red Queen, was published by Penguin in 2008 and won the Aurealis Award for best horror novel in 2009. With her subsequent novels she was longlisted for the Miles Franklin Award in 2011 for The Good Daughter, and she won the Davitt Award in 2014 for Dark Horse.

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Awards and nominations

  • 2009 winner Aurealis Award for best horror novel – Red Queen
  • 2009 highly commended The Fellowship of Australian Writers Victoria Inc. National Literary Awards – FAW Christina Stead Award – Red Queen
  • 2009 finalist Australian Shadows Award – Long Fiction – Red Queen
  • 2011 longlisted Miles Franklin Literary Award – The Good Daughter
  • 2011 shortlisted Barbara Jefferis Award – The Good Daughter
  • 2013 longlisted Davitt Award – Best Adult Crime Novel – After the Darkness
  • 2014 winner Davitt Award – Best Adult Crime Novel – Dark Horse
  • 2015 shortlisted Davitt Award – Best Adult Crime Novel – Through the Cracks
  • References

    Honey Brown Wikipedia

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