Jane Rawson

Viva la Novella III Winner

Jane Rawson wrote the novel, A Wrong Turn at the Office of Unmade Lists, which won the Most Underrated Book Award in 2014 and was shortlisted for the Aurealis science fiction award. She is currently co-writing a non-fiction guide to surviving climate change. She lives in Melbourne's west with a bagel-baking, beer-brewing husband and two good-looking cats.

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Formaldehyde by Jane Rawson

Winner of the 2015 Viva La Novella Prize

'Original, intelligent and compelling - a rare combination. Formaldehyde pulls off a complex narrative with frequent time and point-of-view shifts without ever losing the reader. The clever structure never gets in the way of the writing, which is sharply observed, assured and witty. The most original novel I’ve read for some time.' – Graeme Simsion

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