Robbie Arnott was a 2019 Sydney Morning Herald Best Young Novelist and won the Margaret Scott Prize in the 2019 Tasmanian Premier’s Literary Prizes. His widely acclaimed debut, Flames (2018), was shortlisted for a Victorian Premier’s Literary Award, a New South Wales Premier’s Literary Award, a Queensland Literary Award, the Readings Prize for New Australian Fiction and Not the Booker Prize. He lives in Hobart.
INTERVIEWS and ARTICLES
Age: Good Weekend: ‘The bushland was draped in a shroud of extraordinary design’
LitHub: Megafires and Mass Extinction: Searching for Hope at the End of the Natural World (op-ed)