Fiona Kelly McGregor

Portrait of writer Fiona Kelly McGregor shot at Carriageworks

Fiona Kelly McGregor has written for a variety of publications including The Sydney Morning Herald, HEAT, Sydney Review of Books, Meanjin, The Times Literary Supplement, Art Monthly, The Monthly, The Saturday Paper and RealTime.


The green gold grassy hills

FictionI’d missed her fiftieth birthday party the year before due to the usual restrictions of time and money. But as I stood at the window scrubbing vegetables, I wondered what had been so important that I hadn’t been able to make an exception for someone to whom a year could be a lifetime. Under-eights soccer game? Kids’ sleepover? But my partner could have done that on their own, couldn’t they?

Indelible ink

FictionSelected for Best Australian Stories 2006SHE WAS FIFTY-NINE, rich, divorced for a year, and out alone on a Saturday night. She told the taxi driver to head for the Cross; she wanted to do something different, and she decided...

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