Emma Viskic is an Australian novelist and musician.
Viskic won the Ned Kelly Award for Best First Fiction in 2016 for Resurrection Bay, and the Davitt Awards for Best Adult Novel, best debut novel and readers' choice in 2016 for Resurrection Bay, as well as the Davitt Award for Best Adult Novel in 2018 for And Fire Came Down.
The Caleb Zelic series has been optioned for television adaptation in the US.
She is married with two grown daughters.
Viskic trained in classical clarinet at the Victorian College of the Arts and the Rotterdam Conservatorium in The Netherlands before working as a chamber musician, including performing with José Carreras and Dame Kiri Te Kanawa.
Caleb Zelic Series
- Resurrection Bay (2015)
- And Fire Came Down (2017)
- Darkness for Light (2019)
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