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Suzanne Falkiner

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Occupation  Writer
Name  Suzanne Falkiner
Role  Writer


Education  University of New South Wales
Books  Mrs Mort's Madness: The True, Joan in India, The Imago: E L Grant Watson a, Eugenia, Ethel: A Love Story

Suzanne Falkiner (born 1952) is an Australian writer.

Born in Sydney, Falkiner grew up in western New South Wales. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from the University of New South Wales and later completed postgraduate courses in fiction, non-fiction and editing at Columbia University. In 2005 she was awarded a Doctorate of Creative Arts by the University of Technology, Sydney. After travelling extensively and working in various publishing and editing positions, she currently lives in Sydney and works as a full-time writer.

Awards and nominations

  • 1980: Runner up in the Australian Vogel award
  • 1981: Runner up in the Australian Vogel award for Rain in the Distance
  • 1996: Shortlisted for the Nita B. Kibble Award in 1996 for Ethel: A Love Story
  • 2001: Shortlisted (with Alan Oldfield) for the Queensland Premier's Literary Awards (History) for Lizard Island: The Journey of Mary Watson
  • 2002: Shortlisted (with Alan Oldfield) for the NSW Premier's History Awards for Lizard Island: The Journey of Mary Watson
  • 2017: Shortlisted for the National Biography Award for Mick: A life of Randolph Stow
  • References

    Suzanne Falkiner Wikipedia


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