EMILY MAGUIRE is a Sydney novelist, essayist and English teacher. Her articles and essays on sex, religion, culture and literature have been published in newspapers and journals including The Sydney Morning Herald, The Griffith Review and The Observer. Her darkly erotic first novel Taming the Beast has been translated into ten languages. Emily was awarded an Australian Society of Authors Mentorship in 2003, a Tasmanian Writers’ Centre residency in 2006, a special commendation in the 2006 Kathleen Mitchell Awards and was nominated for the Inaugural 2006 Dylan Thomas Prize.
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