Annah Faulkner

Annah Faulkner

Annah Faulkner's debut novel, The Beloved, won the Queensland Premier's Literary Award for an Emerging Queensland Author in 2011. It was commended for the FAW Christina Stead Award, won the Kibble Literary Award and was shortlisted for the 2013 Miles Franklin Award. It also won the Marian Eldridge Award for Australian Women Writers and the Varuna/Macquarie Bank Longlines Award. And later it was shortlisted for two publisher fellowships (Hachette and Penguin) and in 2011, it was awarded a Varuna/Pan Macmillan publisher fellowship.

Her study and work in Traditional Chinese Medicine reignited her passion for writing and in 2000, she wrote and published a short humorous biography, Frankly Speaking.

Encouraged her success, Annah penned a more serious work, The Blood of Others, a 5000-word story which was published in 2007 by Antipodes, the North American Journal of Australian Literature.

Annah and her husband divided their time between Queensland's Sunshine Coast and beautiful Tasmania. Her second novel, Last Day in the Dynamite Factory, was published by Picador in July 2015.

Annah past in March 2022.

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The Beloved

The Beloved

Annah Faulkner

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