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Jane Sullivan


Jane Sullivan came to Australia from England in 1979 and worked for the Age as a reporter, feature writer and editor of various sections, including the books pages.

Jane won the inaugural Australian Human Rights Award for journalism.

At present, she writes a Saturday column, ‘Turning Pages’, and features about books and writing for the Age. Her first novel was The White Star. Her second novel, Little People, was shortlisted in the CAL Scribe Fiction Prize. She lives in Melbourne with her husband and son.

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