Gillian Mears

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Gillian Mears (born 1964) is an Australian short story writer, and novelist. Her books, Ride a Cock Horse, and The Grass Sister won a Commonwealth Writers' Prize, shortlist, in 1989, and 1996. The Mint Lawn won The Australian/Vogel Award.[1] In 2003, A Map of the Gardens won the Steele Rudd Award.[2]

Life[edit]

She grew up in New South Wales. She studied at the University of Sydney in Archeology. She studied writing at the University of Technology, Sydney.[3] She lived near Grafton, New South Wales.[4]

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Works[edit]

Novels[edit]

Short stories[edit]

[7]

Non-fiction[edit]

Memoir[edit]

  • Alive in Ant and Bee

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