Kim Wilkins

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Kim Wilkins
Kim Wilkins - Australian Author.jpg
Born London, England
Pen name Kimberley Freeman
Nationality Australian
Genre speculative fiction, contemporary women's fiction, young adult fiction, children's fiction

Kim Wilkins (born 1966) is an Australian writer of popular fiction based in Brisbane, Queensland. She is the author of several mass-market novels, including her debut horror novel, The Infernal (1997), which won Aurealis Awards for both horror and fantasy.[1] She has been published in Australia, the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Russia, Greece, Italy and Germany.

Her other supernatural thrillers include: Grimoire (1999), The Resurrectionists (2000), Angel of Ruin (2001), The Autumn Castle (2003), Giants of the Frost (2004), and Rosa and the Veil of Gold (2005). She is also the author of the Gina Champion mystery series for young adults (2000–2006) and the Fantastica Sunken Kingdom quartet for children (2006). She also writes general women's fiction as Kimberley Freeman.[2]

Kim Wilkins was educated at the University of Queensland. She has a first class honours degree in literature (1998), an MA (2000) and a PhD (2006). She was awarded the University Medal for academic achievement in 1998 and currently lectures there in Creative Writing.[3]


Adult fiction[edit]

Young-Adult fiction[edit]

Gina Champion[edit]

Other novels[edit]

Children's fiction[edit]

The Sunken Kingdom[edit]

Short fiction[edit]


  • "Bio". Hexebart’s Well (Kim Wilkins). Retrieved 28 January 2012. 
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