Eleanor Limprecht

Eleanor Limprecht is the author of four novels: The Coast, The Passengers, Long Bay and What Was Left (shortlisted for the 2014 ALS Gold Medal). Eleanor’s short fiction and essays have been published various places including Best Australian Stories,  Meanjin, The Saturday Paper, Griffith Review, Kill Your Darlings, Sydney Noir and The Big Issue. She’s been the recipient of grants, scholarships and fellowships from places including the Australia Council, the Copyright Agency and the Australian Society of Authors Blake-Beckett Trust. Eleanor has a Doctorate in Creative Writing from UTS, lectured in Creative Writing at UTS, sits on the Board of Directors at Writing NSW and teaches creative writing workshops and research skills for writers.