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Lee Tulloch


Lee Tulloch is a journalist and novelist.

Lee was born in Melbourne in 1954 and educated at the University of Melbourne where she resided at Janet Clarke Hall and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in the mid 70s. Following a successful career in fashion journalism, Tulloch moved to New York via Paris in 1985 where she later published her first novel, Fabulous Nobodies, based on the fashion industry. It was short listed for the 1990 Commonwealth Writers Prize, and Tulloch has published four novels since, including works of crime and darkly erotic fiction. In 2001 she returned to Australia and settled in Sydney with her photographer husband Tony Amos and daughter Lolita. Tulloch continues to balances her fiction writing with journalism, including the peripatetic requirements of editing Vogue Living’s travel pages.

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