Kathleen Stewart

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Kathleen Stewart
Born 1958
Sydney, Australia
Occupation Novelist
Nationality Australian
Genre General fiction, poetry

Kathleen Stewart (born 1958 Sydney) is an Australian writer. She has written eight novels, and published two books of poetry.[1] Her novel Spilt Milk was shortlisted for the NSW Premier's Award, and her memoir The After Life was shortlisted for the Nita Kibble Literary Award.[2] Her latest novel Men of Bad Character was published by the University of Queensland Press in June, 2010.[1]

She currently lives in the Blue Mountains.

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  1. ^ a b Kathleen Stewart, UQP
  2. ^ Kathleen Stewart, Random House Australia