Robbie Arnott

Country: Australia

Robbie Arnott is the author of Flames, which was shortlisted for the 2019 Victorian Premier’s Literary Award for Fiction, the 2018 Fiction Book Award in the Queensland Literary Awards, and the 2018 Readings Prize for New Australian Fiction, and longlisted for the 2019 Debut Fiction award in the Indie Book Awards. He lives in Hobart, Tasmania. 

Supported by MUD Literary Club.

Robbie Arnott adalah penulis Flames, yang dinominasikan untuk Victorian Premier’s Literary Award 2019 kategori Fiksi dan Fiction Book Award 2018 di Queensland Literary Awards, dan Readings Prize 2018 untuk New Australian Fiction, serta masuk dafar panjang untuk penghargaan Debut Fiction 2019 di Indie Book Awards. Ia tinggal di Hobart, Tasmania.

Didukung oleh MUD Literary Club.

Appearing in

Main Program | Location, Location, Location

When setting looms large, readers close a book missing the location within as much as they miss its characters. From sprawling South Asian capitals to ancient Australian wilderness, these writers …

Workshop | Writing the Wilderness

For as long as humans have existed, we’ve told stories that seek to make sense of the natural world around us. Covering myths, fables, novels and non-fiction, explore how to …

Children & Youth | Writing About Magical Places

Do you love forests, mountains, rivers and oceans? Do you think the real world is just as marvelous as anything you can imagine? This workshop will be a fun couple …