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Alexandra Collier is the author of a new memoir about becoming a solo mother by choice, Inconceivable: Heartbreak, Bad Dates and Finding Solo Motherhood. She is an award-winning writer who has written for theatre, screen and print. Her writing has appeared in The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald and The Guardian. She lived in New York for a decade where her work was produced Off Broadway, including Triplight, a musical written with ARIA award-winning composer Greta Gertler Gold, and her plays Underland and Take Me Home. Her play Holy Day was a finalist for the prestigious Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, she is a MacDowell fellow and a winner of the RE Ross Trust Playwrights Award. She lives by the bay in Melbourne/Naarm with her son. Inconceivable is her first book.

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