|Born||Venero Geraldo Armanno
19 August 1959
|Occupation||Senior Lecturer in English, Media Studies and Art History|
|Education||PhD in Creative Writing|
|Alma mater||University of Queensland|
|Notable works||Volcano, Candle Life|
|Notable awards||Queensland Premier's Literary Awards, Best Fiction Book, 2002|
Venero Armanno (born 19 August 1959) is an Australian novelist. He was born in Brisbane of Sicilian parents. He received a BA from the University of Queensland, and later an MA and PhD in Creative Writing from the Queensland University of Technology. Armanno completed ten unpublished manuscripts over fourteen years before being accepted for publication.
- One Book One Brisbane, 2004: shortlisted for Firehead
- One Book One Brisbane, 2003: shortlisted for Volcano
- Queensland Premier's Literary Awards, Best Fiction Book, 2002: winner for Volcano
- Aurealis Awards for Excellence in Australian Speculative Fiction, Horror, 1995: runner-up for My Beautiful Friend
- Warana Writers' Awards, Steele Rudd Award, 1993: runner-up for Jumping at the Moon
- The Australian/Vogel Literary Award (for an unpublished manuscript), 1992: highly commended for The Lonely Hunter
- The Lonely Hunter (1993)
- Romeo of the Underworld (1994)
- My Beautiful Friend (1995)
- Strange Rain (1996)
- Firehead (1999)
- Volcano (2001)
- Candle Life (2006)
- The Dirty Beat (2007)
- Black Mountain (2012)
Short story collections
- Jumping at the Moon (1992)
- The Ghost of Love Street (1997)
- The Ghost of Deadman's Beach (1998)
- The Very Super Adventures of Nic and Naomi (2002)
- "Venero Armanno". Random House Australia. Retrieved 15 June 2012.
- Sorenson, Rosemary (10 November 2007). "The Face: Venero Armanno". The Australian. Retrieved 15 June 2012.
- "Dr Venero Armanno". University of Queensland. Retrieved 15 June 2012.
- "Dr Venero Armanno - Award for excellence in teaching 2004". University of Queensland. 2004. Retrieved 15 June 2012.
- "Brisbane Writers Festival". Uplit. Retrieved 4 September 2017.
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