Lucy Treloar

Lucy
Treloar

Lucy Treloar was born in Malaysia and educated in England, Sweden and Melbourne. Lucy is a writer and editor, and has plied her trades both in Australia and in Cambodia. Her editing work focuses on English language translations of a diverse range of material including folk tales and modern narrative forms. Her short fiction has appeared in Sleepers, Overland, Seizure and Best Australian Stories 2013. Salt Creek – her first novel – was shortlisted for the Miles Franklin Award. Lucy lives in inner Melbourne with her husband, four children and two whippets.

Lucy Treloar was born in Malaysia and educated in England, Sweden and Melbourne. Lucy is a writer and editor, and has plied her trades both in Australia and in Cambodia. Her editing work focuses on English language translations of a diverse range of material including folk tales and modern narrative forms. Her short fiction has appeared in Sleepers, Overland, Seizure and Best Australian Stories 2013. Salt Creek – her first novel – was shortlisted for the Miles Franklin Award. Lucy lives in inner Melbourne with her husband, four children and two whippets.

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