Amanda Lohrey

Amanda Lohrey

Amanda Lohrey is a Tasmanian born writer. After studying at the University of Tasmania and undertaking a scholarship at the University of Cambridge, Amanda now works as a lecturer in the School of English, Media Studies and Art History at the University of Queensland.

Some of her novels include Camille’s Bread (1995), The Philosopher’s Doll (2004), Vertigo (2008), Reading Madame Bovary(2010) and A Short History of Richard Kline (2015). Amanda has won a number of awards including the Patrick White Award in 2012.

 

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