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Fiona McFarlane

Fiona McFarlane’s first novel, The Night Guest, was shortlisted for the Guardian First Book and Miles Franklin awards, and won the Voss Literary Prize and New Premier’s Literary Award among others. She followed it with a collection of short stories, The High Places, which won the Dylan Thomas Prize. Born in Sydney, she has a BA from Sydney University, a PhD from Cambridge University, and an MFA from the University of Texas at Austin. She now lives in Berkeley, California where she teaches at the university.
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