Jane Rawson

Jane Rawson

Jane Rawson writes essays, novels and stories, mostly about the environment and animals. Her most recent novel is From the Wreck, which won the Aurealis Award for Best Science Fiction Novel and was longlisted for the Miles Franklin Literary Prize. She is working on a novel about witches fighting the rise of fascism in Adelaide in the 1930s, and a collection of essays about invasive species.

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