Erin Gough

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Erin Gough’s award-winning stories have appeared in a number of journals and anthologies, including Black Inc.’s Best Australian Stories, Overland, Southerly and Going Down Swinging.

Her novel for young adults, The Flywheel (Hardie Grant Egmont, 2015), won the Ampersand Prize and was shortlisted for the Children’s Book Council of Australia Awards (Older Readers) and the Gold Inky.

Her second novel, Amelia Westlake (Hardie Grant Egmont), was published in April 2018 and won the Readings Young Adult Book Prize, and was shortlisted for the Griffith University Young Adult Book Award at the 2018 Queensland Literary Awards.



FictionTHE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN Ingrid Murphy and Katie Brute-Jones were easily measured: five inches, thirty-three pounds and 7,700 miles. Where Ingrid was too tall, too thin and standing on the other side of an open doorway from Stella Parker at...

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