Amanda Lohrey lives in Tasmania and writes fiction and non-fiction. She has taught at the University of Tasmania, the University of Technology Sydney and the University of Queensland. Amanda is a regular contributor to the Monthly magazine and a former senior fellow of the Australia Council’s Literature Board. She received the 2012 Patrick White Award. The Labyrinth (2021), her eighth work of fiction, won the Miles Franklin Literary Award, a Prime Minister’s Literary Award, a Tasmanian Literary Award and the Voss Literary Prize.
INTERVIEWS and ARTICLES
Age: Why I yearn for the days when ‘losers’ ruled and ambition was un-Australian
Conversation: Intellectual fearlessness, politics and the spiritual impulse: the remarkable career of Amanda Lohrey