Glenda Larke now lives in Western Australia where she was born, but fifty years of her adult life were spent in Malaysia, Austria and Tunisia raising two daughters, writing thirteen novels, and teaching English to students ranging from pre-school to university. In Malaysia, she also worked in rainforest conservation and founded the country’s first birdwatching body, producing its bi-monthly bulletin for ten years. As a writer she has been awarded four different Australian speculative fiction awards, including the coveted Sara Douglass Book Series Award for The Watergivers trilogy. You can find her online at her blog, and on social media as @GlendaLarke.
Books written by Glenda