Mireille Juchau

Mireille
Juchau

Mireille Juchau is a critically acclaimed Australian novelist. The World Without Us is her third novel. It won The Victorian Premier’s Literary Award, was shortlisted for The Stella Prize, and longlisted for the Miles Franklin Literary Award,and the Australian Book Industry Awards 2016. Mireille’s second novel, Burning In, was shortlisted for four awards including the Prime Minister’s Literary Award. Her debut, Machines for Feeling,was shortlisted for the Vogel/Australian Literary Award. Mireille is also known for her short fiction, essays and reviews and her international award winning play, White Gifts, was performed and published in the US.

 

Mireille Juchau is a critically acclaimed Australian novelist. The World Without Us is her third novel. It won The Victorian Premier’s Literary Award, was shortlisted for The Stella Prize, and longlisted for the Miles Franklin Literary Award,and the Australian Book Industry Awards 2016. Mireille’s second novel, Burning In, was shortlisted for four awards including the Prime Minister’s Literary Award. Her debut, Machines for Feeling,was shortlisted for the Vogel/Australian Literary Award. Mireille is also known for her short fiction, essays and reviews and her international award winning play, White Gifts, was performed and published in the US.

 

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