List of Australian novelists


List of Australian novelists

This is a list of novelists living in Australia or publishing significantly while living there.

A

* Azhar Abidi (born 1968) "Passarola Rising"
* Glenda Adams (1939–2007) Miles Franklin Award winner (1987) "Dancing on Coral"
* Maggie Alderson (born 1959)
* James Aldridge (born 1918)
* Ethel Anderson (1883–1958) "At Parramatta", 1956
* Jessica Anderson (born 1916) Miles Franklin Literary Award winner 1978 ("Tirra Lirra by the River"), 1980 ("The Impersonators")
* Sarah Armstrong (born 1968) Miles Franklin Literary Award nominee 2005 ("Salt Rain")
* Wayne Ashton (born 1959) "Under a Tin Grey Sari" [cite web|title = Wayne Ashton|publisher = Brisbane Writers Festival|url = http://www.brisbanewritersfestival.com.au/2003/content/standard_c1.asp?name=Bio_Ashton_Wayne]
* Thea Astley (1925–2004) Miles Franklin Literary Award winner 1999 ("Drylands"), 1972 ("The Acolyte"), 1965 ("The Slow Natives"), 1962 ("The Well Dressed Explorer")
* Hugh Atkinson (1924–1994)
* Louisa Atkinson (1834–1872)
* Bunty Avieson (born 1962) "Apartment 255" (2002), "The Wrong Door"(2004)

B

* Murray Bail (born 1941) Miles Franklin Literary Award winner 1999 ("Eucalyptus")
* Allan Baillie (born 1943)
* Faith Bandler (born 1918)
* Marjorie Barnard (1897–1987)
* John Arthur Barry (1850–1911)
* Max Barry (born 1973) "Syrup" (1999), "Jennifer Government" (2003), "Company" (2006)
* Anne Bartlett (born 1951) "Knitting"
* Catherine Bateson (born 1960)
* Barbara Baynton (1862–1929) "Human Toll" (1907)
* George Lewis Becke (1855–1913)
* Randolph Bedford (1868–1941)
* Larissa Behrendt (born 1969)
* Barbara Biggs (born 1956)
* Carmel Bird (born 1940) "Bluebird Cafe" (1990), "The White Garden" (1995)
* John Birmingham (born 1964) "Axis of Time" trilogy (publication commenced 2004), "He Died with a Felafel in His Hand" (Australian comedy, 1994)
* Marie Bjelke-Petersen (1874–1969)
* Georgia Blain (born 1964) [cite web|title = Georgia Blain|url = http://www.brisbanewritersfestival.com.au/2004/content/standard_c1.asp?name=BlainG|accessdate = 2007-10-01]
* Capel Boake (1889–1944) "Painted Clay" [cite web|title = Capel Boake: The Changing Idea of Feminism|publisher = OzLit@VicNet|url = http://home.vicnet.net.au/~ozlit/feat9804.html]
* Merlinda Bobis (born 1959) Filipino expatriate. "Banana Heart Summer" (Murdoch Books, 2005); also poet
* Rolf Boldrewood (Thomas Alexander Browne) (1826-1915) "Robbery Under Arms"
* Guy Boothby (1867–1905)
* Martin Boyd (1893–1972) "Brangane: A Memoir" (by Martin Mills, pseudonym) (1926); the “Langton” novels: "The Cardboard Crown" (1952); "A Difficult Young Man" (1955); "Outbreak of Love" (1957); "When Blackbirds Sing" (1962)
* Russell Braddon (1921–1995) "The Naked Island" [cite web|title = Papers of Russell Braddon (1921-1995)|publisher = National Library of Australia|url = http://nla.gov.au/nla.ms-ms8963]
* James Bradley (born 1967) "Wrack" (1997); "The Deep Field" (1999);"The Resurrectionist" (2006)
* Lily Brett (born 1946) "Just Like That"
* Paul Brickhill (1916–1991) WWII RAAF fighter pilot, "The Great Escape (book)" (New York: Norton, 1950)
* Damien Broderick (born 1944) Scinece fiction "The Judas Mandala"
* Geraldine Brooks (born 1955) Pulitzer Prize for fiction, 2006: [cite web|url=http://www.pulitzer.org/2006/2006.html |accessdate=2006-12-21 |title=The Pulitzer Prizes — 2006 Winners |publisher=The Pulitzer Board] "March" (2005); "Year of Wonders" (2001), also Pulitzer Prize winning journalist
* Carter Brown (1923–1985) Crime fiction
* Janine Burke (born 1952)

C

* Kathleen Caffyn (c. 1855–1926)
* Ada Cambridge (1844–1926)
* Marion May Campbell (born 1948)
* Rosa Campbell Praed (1851–1935)
* Trudi Canavan (born 1969)
* Rosa Cappiello (born 1942) [cite web|title = Oh Lucky Country|publisher = University of Sydney|url = http://fmx01.ucc.usyd.edu.au/jspcart/Search.do?searchTitle=&searchAuthor=rosa+cappiello|accessdate = 2007-10-01]
* Gabrielle Carey (born 1959) "Puberty Blues"
* Peter Carey (born 1943) "Illywhacker", "Oscar and Lucinda", twice Booker Prize Winner and three time Miles Franklin Award winner
* Isobelle Carmody (born 1958)
* Steven Carroll (born 1949)
* Jay Caselberg Science fiction
* Gavin Casey (1907–1964) [cite web|title = Casey, Gavin (a.k.a. Casey, Gavin Stodart )|publisher = AustList Database|url = http://www.austlit.edu.au/run?ex=ShowAgent&agentId=A$nO]
* Belinda Castles (born 1971) "The River Baptists" 2006 Australian/Vogel Literary Award winner
* Brian Castro (born 1950)
* Nancy Cato (1917–2000)
* Nick Cave (born 1957)
* Arlene J. Chai (born 1955)
* Joy Chambers
* Nan Chauncy (1900–1970)
* Marcus Clarke (1846–1881) "For the Term of his Natural Life"
* James Clavell (1924–1994) "Shogun" also screenwriter, director (the original "The Fly").
* Jon Cleary (born 1917)
* Inga Clendinnen (born 1934) "Reading the Holocaust (1999); "Dancing with Strangers"(2004);
* Charmian Clift (1923–1969)
* Jane Clifton (born 1961)
* J. M. Coetzee (born 1940) South African born writer who emigrated to Australia in 2002, and became an Australian citizen in 2006 [cite web|title = JM Coetzee becomes an Australian citizen|publisher = Mail & Guardian online|date = 2006-03-06|url = http://www.mg.co.za/articlePage.aspx?articleid=265916&area=/breaking_news/breaking_news__national/|accessdate = 2007-08-18]
* Bernard Cohen (born 1963) "The Blindman's Hat" 1996 Australian/Vogel Literary Award winner
* Tom Collins "Such is Life" see Joseph Furphy below.
* Kenneth Cook (1929–1987) "Wake in Fright"
* Peter Corris (born 1942) Crime fiction [cite web|title = Crime and the Corris factor|publisher = "The Age"|url = http://www.theage.com.au/articles/2003/08/27/1061663846146.html]
* Bryce Courtenay (born 1933) "The Power of One"
* Jessie Catherine Couvreur (1848–1897)
* Zora Cross (1890-1964)
* Dymphna Cusack (1902–1981)

D

* John Bede Dalley (1878–1935)
* Eleanor Dark (1901–1985) "Prelude to Christopher"
* Helen Darville (Helen Demidenko) (born 1972)
* Luke Davies (born 1962)
* Frank Dalby Davison (1893-1970)
* Liam Davison (born 1957)
* Carlton Dawe (1865–1935)
* Dulcie Deamer (1890-1972)
* Joel Deane (born 1969)
* Kathryn Deans
* Ralph De Boissière (born 1907)
* Michelle de Kretser "The Hamilton Case"
* Meaghan Delahunt (born 1961)
* Kit Denton (1928-1997) "The Breaker"
* Robert Dessaix (born 1944)
* James Devaney (1890-1976)
* Jean Devanny (1894 - 1962) [cite web|title = Devanny, Jean 1894 - 1962|publisher = Dictionary of New Zealand Biography|url = http://www.dnzb.govt.nz/dnzb/default.asp?Find_Quick.asp?PersonEssay=4D13]
* András Domahidy (born 1920) Writes in Hungarian
* Henrietta Drake-Brockman (1901-1968) "Men Without Wives" [cite web|title = Drake-Brockman, Henrietta Frances York (1901 - 1968)|publisher = Australian Women's Archives Project|url = http://www.womenaustralia.info/biogs/AWE0548b.htm]
* Sarah Dowse [cite web|title = Biography: Sarah Dowse|publisher = National Library of Australia|url = http://www.nla.gov.au/grants/haroldwhite/biography/dowse.html|accessdate = 2007-10-01]
* Robert Drewe (born 1943)
* Ursula Dubosarsky (born 1961)
* Alasdair Duncan (born 1982)
* Mary Durack (1913-1994) "Kings in Grass Castles"

E

* Nick Earls (born 1963)
* Arabella Edge "The Company: The Story of a Murderer"
* Greg Egan (born 1961) Science fiction
* Flora Eldershaw (1897–1956)
* M. Barnard Eldershaw pseudonym for Flora Eldershaw and Marjorie Barnard
* Sumner Locke Elliott (1917–1991) "Careful, He Might Hear You"
* Matilda Jane Evans (1827–1886)

F

* Michel Faber (born 1960) "The Crimson Petal and the White"
* Delia Falconer (born 1966)
* Jennifer Fallon Fantasy
* Beverley Farmer (born 1941) "The House in the Light"
* Penny Flanagan (born 1970)
* Richard Flanagan (born 1961) "Gould's Book of Fish"
* Tom Flood (born 1955) "Oceana Fine"
* David Foster (born 1944) "The Glade Within the Grove"
* Mabel Forrest (1872–1935)
* Miles Franklin (1879–1954) "My Brilliant Career" Her estate led to creation of the Miles Franklin Award
* Mary Eliza Fullerton (1868–1946)
* Joseph Furphy (1843–1912) "Such is Life". "Nom de plume" 'Tom Collins'

G

* Helen Garner (born 1942) "Monkey Grip" Also journalist ("Cast the First Stone" etc.)
* Mary Gaunt (1861–1942)
* Nikki Gemmell (born 1967) "The Bride Stripped Bare"
* Ruby Langford Ginibi (born 1934)
* Alan Gold (born 1945) Historical novels
* Andrea Goldsmith (born 1950)
* Peter Goldsworthy (born 1951)
* Alan Gould (born 1949) "To the Burning City" Also poet
* Nathaniel Gould (1857–1919)
* Posie Graeme-Evans
* Richard Harry Graves (1898–1971)
* Evan Green (1930–1996)
* Kerry Greenwood Crime fiction [cite web|title = On the couch with Kerry Greenwood|url = http://www.theage.com.au/articles/2003/08/13/1060588441841.html|accessdate = 2007-03-27]
* Kate Grenville (born 1950)
* Dick Gross (born 1954)
* Mrs Aeneas Gunn (Jeannie Gunn) (1870–1961) "We of the Never-Never"

H

* Alfred Arthur Greenwood Hales (1860–1936)
* Rodney Hall (born 1935) "The Day We Had Hitler Home"
* Marion Halligan (born 1940)
* Rosalie Ham; The Dressmaker (2000); Summer at Mt Hope (2005)
* Derek Hansen (born 1944)
* Lee Harding (born 1937) Science fiction
* Traci Harding Fantasy.
* Frank Hardy (1917–1994) "Power Without Glory"
* Alexander Harris (1805–1874)
* Elizabeth Harrower (born 1928) "The Long Prospect"
* Sonya Hartnett (born 1968)
* John Harwood (born 1946)
* Nicholas Hasluck (born 1944)
* Shirley Hazzard (born 1931)
* Ruth Hegarty (born 1929) "Is That You Ruthie?
* Rolf Heimann (born 1940)
* Anita Heiss (born 1968)
* John David Hennessey (1847–1935)
* Mark Henshaw (born 1951) [cite web|title = Out of the Line of Fire|url = http://www.middlemiss.org/lit/australian/outofline.html|accessdate = 2007-03-27]
* Xavier Herbert (1901–1984) "Poor Fellow My Country"
* Dorothy Hewett (1923–2002) Also poet & playwright
* Kathryn Heyman (born 1965)
* Jennifer Higgie
* Chloe Hooper (born 1973)
* Janette Turner Hospital (born 1942)
* Fergus Hume (1859–1932)
* Maria Hyland (born 1968) "Carry Me Down"

I

* David Ireland (born 1927)
* Ian Irvine (born 1950)

J

* Annamarie Jagose "Slow Water".
* Winifred Lewellin James (1876-1941)
* Charlotte Jay (Geraldine Halls) (1919-1996) Crime fiction, "Beat Not the Bones".
* Barbara Jefferis (1917-2004)
* Kate Jennings (born 1948) "Moral Hazard".
* Paul Jennings. (born 1943)
* Dorothy Johnston (born 1948)
* George Johnston (1912-1970) "My Brother Jack".
* Martin Johnston (1947-1990) Mainly poet.
* Elizabeth Jolley (1923-2007) "The Well".
* Gail Jones (born 1955)
* Rae Desmond Jones (born 1941)
* Rod Jones (born 1953)
* Nicholas Jose (born 1952) "Paper Nautilus", "The Rose Crossing","The Custodians", "The Red Thread".

K

* Christopher Kelen (born 1958) Also poet & artist
* Thomas Keneally (born 1935) "Schindler's Ark" (1985), filmed as "Schindler's List"
* Robin Klein (born 1936)
* Christopher Koch (born 1932)
* Torsten Krol

L

* Eric Lambert (1918–1966)
* John Lang (1817–1864)
* Eve Langley (1908–1974)
* Coral Lansbury (1929–1991)
* Henry Lawson (1867-1922) (poet and short story writer)
* William Lawson (1876–1957) [cite web|title = Lawson, William (Will) (1876 - 1957)| url = http://www.adb.online.anu.edu.au/biogs/A100020b.htm| accessdate = 2007-09-25]
* Simone Lazaroo [cite web|title = LAZAROO, Simone|url = http://www.liswa.wa.gov.au/piaf/writers/jlwriters.html#Lazaroo| accessdate = 2007-03-27]
* Kathy Lette (born 1958)
* Joan Lindsay (1896–1984)
* Norman Lindsay (1879-1969) "The Magic Pudding". Also a noted artist.
* Amanda Lohrey (born 1947)
* Joan London (born 1958)
* Gabrielle Lord (born 1946) Crime fiction
* Melissa Lucashenko [cite web|title = Melissa Lucashenko| url = http://www.brisbanewritersfestival.com.au/2003/content/standard_c1.asp?name=Bio_Lucashenko_Melissa| accessdate = 2007-03-27]
* Morris Lurie (born 1938)

M

* Catherine Edith Macauley Martin (born 1847–1937)
* Mardi McConnochie (born 1971)
* Colleen McCullough (born 1937) "The Thorn Birds"
* Sandy McCutcheon (born 1947)
* Meme McDonald [cite web|title = Meme McDonald|url = http://www.brisbanewritersfestival.com.au/2007/content/standard2007.asp?name=McDonaldM|accessdate = 2007-10-01]
* Roger McDonald (born 1941)
* Andrew McGahan (born 1966) "Praise"
* Emily Maguire (born 1976)
* Hugh Mackay
* Kenneth Seaforth Mackenzie (1913–1955) "Dead Men Rising"
* Ronald McKie (1909–1991)
* Jennifer Maiden (born 1949)
* Shane Maloney Crime fiction
* David Malouf (born 1934) "The Great World"
* Leonard Mann (1895–1981) [cite web|title = Boyer Lectures, 4: Up Over|url = http://www.abc.net.au/rn/boyers/stories/s1255732.htm|accessdate = 2007-03-29|quote = Leonard Mann, wounded at Passchendaele in 1917, published a novel about the war in 1932. In Flesh in Armour he describes some infantrymen who squat on the railings in Trafalgar Square and survey the city.]
* Frederic Manning (1882–1935)
* Kathleen Mannington Caffyn ("Circa" 1855–1926)
* Melina Marchetta (born 1965) "Looking For Alibrandi"
* John Marsden (born 1950) Best known for the Tomorrow series.
* William Leonard Marshall (born 1944) Detective fiction. "Yellowthread Street"
* Matthew Mason (1960-) "The Dream Saga (novel)"
* Olga Masters (1919–1986)
* Peter Mathers (1931–2004)
* Gillian Mears The Grass Sister Commonwealth Writers Prize (Regional) 1996
* Louisa Anne Meredith (1812–1895)
* Alex Miller (born 1936)
* Drusilla Modjeska (born 1946)
* Ian Moffitt (born 1926) [cite web|title = The Retreat of Radiance|publisher = University of Sydney|url = http://fmx01.ucc.usyd.edu.au/jspcart/Search.do?searchTitle=&searchAuthor=moffitt|accessdate = 2007-10-01]
* James Moloney (born 1954)
* Frank Moorhouse (born 1938) Historical novelist, "Dark Palace"
* Sally Morgan (born 1951) "My Place"
* Jaclyn Moriarty Young adult fiction.
* Mudrooroo (formerly Colin Johnson) (born ) "Wild Cat Falling" [cite web|title = Mudrooroo (a.k.a. Mudrooroo, Colin Johnson; Nyoongah, Colin Johnson; Johnson, Colin; Narogin, Mudrooroo; Nyoongah, Mudrooroo ) |url = http://www.austlit.edu.au/run?ex=ShowAgent&agentId=A(a$|accessdate = 2007-03-29]
* Gerald Murnane (born 1939)
* Joanna Murray-Smith (born 1962) "Judgement Rock" [cite web|title = Joanna Murray-Smith|url = http://www.penguin.com.au/authors/author-author-profile.cfm?AuthorId=0000001343|accessdate = 2007-03-29]

N

* Alice Nannup (1911–1995) "When the Pelican Laughed" [cite web
title = When the Pelican Laughed
publisher = Australian Broadcasting Corporation
url = http://www.abc.net.au/message/blackarts/review/s399401.htm
accessdate = 2007-04-14
]
* Simpson Newland (1835–1925)
* Nerida Newton (born 1972) "The Lambing Flat"
* John Henry Nicholson (1838–1923)
* D'Arcy Niland (1919–1967) "The Shiralee"
* Hume Nisbet (1849–1923)
* Michael Noonan (1921–2000) "The December Boys"
* Louis Nowra (born 1950) Better known as a playwright
* Judy Nunn (born 1945)

O

* Andrew T. O'Connor (born 1978) "Tuvalu"
* Elizabeth O'Conner (born 1913) "The Irishman", 1960 Miles Franklin Award winner
* John O'Grady (1907–1981) "They're a Weird Mob"
* Wendy Orr Canadian-born Australian children's writer, of "Nim's Island" and others
* Ouyang Yu (born 1955) Expatriate Chinese, also poet and editor.

P

* Margaret Packham Hargrave (born 1941) "A Woman of Air"
* Vance and Nettie Palmer Also dramatists and critics.
* Ruth Park (born 1923) "The Harp in the South"
* Pyotr Patrushev (born 1942) "Project Nirvana"
* Elliot Perlman (born 1964) "Three Dollars"
* James Phelan (born 1979) "Fox Hunt", "Patriot Act."
* Nancy Phelan (born 1913) Also memoirist, 2004 Patrick White Award winner
* D.B.C. Pierre (born 1961) 2003 Booker Prize winner.
* Doris Pilkington Garimara (born 1937) "Follow the Rabbit-Proof Fence"
* Dorothy Porter (born 1954) Verse novels, "The Monkey's Mask"
* Hal Porter (1911–1984) "The Tilted Cross", Better know for memoir "The Watcher on the Cast Iron Balcony"
* Rosa Campbell Praed (1851–1935)
* Katharine Susannah Prichard (1883–1969) "The Goldfields Trilogy", "The Roaring Nineties" (1946) etc.
* Boori Monty Prior [cite web | title = Authors visit the Campus | url = http://www.ccc.newcastle.edu.au/news/items/authorsvisit/ | accessdate = 2007-10-01 ]

Q

R

* Matthew Reilly (born 1974) Action/thriller
* Henry Handel Richardson (1870–1946) "The Fortunes of Richard Mahony"
* Gregory David Roberts (born 1952) Shantaram (novel)
* Peter Robb (born 1946) Midnight in Sicily M [http://www.duffyandsnellgrove.com.au/authors/robb.htm]
* Deborah Robertson [cite web | title = When the water falls | publisher = "Sydney Morning Herald"
url = http://www.smh.com.au/news/books/when-the-water-falls/2006/06/01/1148956459960.html?page=fullpage#contentSwap1 | accessdate = 2007-10-01
]
* Jacqui Ross (born 1965) Chick lit, "Messy Business"
* Jennifer Rowe (Emily Rodda) (born 1948) Crime fiction & children's fantasy, "Deltora Quest".
* Penelope Rowe (born 1946) [cite web | title = Rowe, Penelope | publisher = AustLit Database
url = http://www.austlit.edu.au/run?ex=ShowAgent&agentId=A(uN | accessdate = 2007-07-12
]
* Tracy Ryan (born 1964) Novelist, poet and translator

* Philip Salom (born 1950) Also poet
* Georgia Savage [cite web|title = The Estuary|publisher = University of Sydney|url = http://fmx01.ucc.usyd.edu.au/jspcart/Search.do?searchTitle=&searchAuthor=savage|accessdate = 2007-10-01]
* Henry Savery (1791–1842) Australia's first novelist
* Conrad Sayce (1888–1935)
* Wendy Scarfe (born 1933)
* Katherine Scholes (born 1959) "The Stone Angel"
* John A. Scott (born 1948) Also poet, "Warra Warra"
* Kim Scott (born 1957) "Benang"
* Rosie Scott (born 1948)
* Alan Seymour (born 1927) Mainly playwright
* Nevil Shute (1899–1960)
* Craig Silvey (born 1982) "Rhubarb"
* Helen de Guerry Simpson (1897–1940)
* Lindsay Simpson (born 1957) Crime fiction
* Catherine Helen Spence (1825–1910)
* Eleanor Spence (born 1928)
* Ken Spillman (born 1959)
* Kimberley Starr (born 1970) "The Kingdom Where Nobody Dies"
* Christina Stead (1902–1983) "The Man Who Loved Children"
* Gordon Neil Stewart (1912–1999) Crime fiction
* Dal Stivens (1911–1997) "Jimmy Brockett" 1981 Patrick White Award winner
* Louis Stone (1871–1935) "Jonah"
* Randolph Stow (born 1935) "The Merry-Go-Round in the Sea"

T

* Peter Temple (born 1946) Crime fiction
* Kylie Tennant (1912–1988) "The Battlers", "Ride on Stranger"
* Colin Thiele (1920–2006) "Storm Boy"
* Carrie Tiffany (born 1965) "Everyman's Rules for Scientific Living"
* P. L. Travers (1899–1996) "Mary Poppins"
* Penelope Trevor (born 1960) "Listening for Small Sounds"
* Christos Tsiolkas (born 1965) "Loaded"
* Lee Tulloch "Fabulous Nobodies"
* Ethel Turner (1872–1958)
* George Turner (1916-1997) Miles Franklin Award for "The Cupboard Under the Stairs"

U

* Arthur Upfield (1890–1964)

V

* Lin Van Hek
* Frederick Bert Vickers (1903-????)
* Mary Theresa Vidal (1815–1869)
* Paul Voermans (1960) Science fiction

W

* Brenda Walker (born 1957) "The Wing of Night"
* Dave Warner (Born 1953) Crime fiction
* Judah Waten (1912–1985) [cite web
title = Waten, Judah
publisher = AustLit Database
url = http://www.austlit.edu.au/run?ex=ShowAgent&agentId=A$fv
accessdate = 2007-05-14
]
* E. L. Grant Watson (1885–1970)
* Sam Watson (born 1952) "The Kadaitcha Sung"
* Archie Weller (born 1957) "The Day of the Dog"
* Morris West (1916–1999) "The Shoes of the Fisherman"
* Herb Wharton (born 1936)
* Nadia Wheatley (born 1949) Children's fiction
* Patrick White (1912–1990) Winner of Nobel Prize for Literature (1973) for "The Eye of the Storm"; innaugural winner, Miles Franklin Award 1957 - "Voss.
* Sonny Whitelaw (born 1956) Science fiction, ("Stargate" series)
* Lili Wilkinson (born 1981)
* Eric Willmot (born 1936) [cite web
title = Willmot, Eric
publisher = AustLit Database
url = http://www.austlit.edu.au/run?ex=ShowAgent&agentId=A85
accessdate = 2007-05-14
]
* Darren Williams (born 1967) "Angel Rock", 1994 Australian/Vogel Literary Award winner
* Anne Wilson (1848–1930)
* Tara June Winch (1983) "Swallow the Air"
* Gerard Windsor (born 1944) "Heaven Where The Bachelors Sit"
* Tim Winton (born 1960 "Cloudstreet"
* Amy Witting (1918–2001) "I for Isobel", 1993 Patrick White Award winner
* Charlotte Wood (born 1965) "The Submerged Cathedral"
* Sue Woolfe (born 1950) "Leaning Towards Infinity"
* Alexis Wright (born 1950) "Carpentaria" 2007 Miles Franklin Award winner

X

Y

* Morgan Yasbincek (born 1964)

Z

* Markus Zusak (born 1975)

See also

* Australian literature
* List of novelists by nationality

References


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