Fiona McGregor


Fiona McGregor is the author of three books, including the Steele Rudd award-winning Suck My Toes (1997). Her novel, Chemical Palace (2002), was short-listed for the NSW Premiers Awards. Her latest book, Strange Museum: A Journey Through Poland was published in 2008.

Her short stories have been awarded prizes and widely anthologised. She was voted one of the inaugural Sydney Morning Herald Best Young Australian Novelists in 1997. She has written articles, reviews and critiques for a variety of publications including Sydney Morning Herald, Heat, Meanjin, TLS and Real Time.

She is co-founder of performance art collective senVoodo.


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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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