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Steph Bowe

Steph Bowe was born in Melbourne in 1994. She began her writing career as a blogger, before publishing her first YA novel in 2010, at age sixteen. Girl Saves Boy was aptly descibed by Rebecca Stead as ‘full of the absolute truth—life is complicated’. Steph went on to publish two further YA novels, All This Could End, which was longlisted for the 2014 Gold Inky Award, and Night Swimming, a Children’s Book Council of Australian (CBCA) Notable Book in 2018, when it was also longlisted for a Sisters in Crime Davitt Award. In 2016 Steph was a May Gibbs Children’s Literature Trust fellow. Her books have been translated into Spanish, Dutch and Catalan. Steph died on 20 January 2020, aged twenty-five, due to complications from T-cell acute lymphoblastic lymphoma, a form of leukaemia.

12 Curly Questions with Steph Bowe on Kids’ Book Review
ABC: Life

Titles bySteph Bowe
  • Night Swimming
    Night Swimming
    Steph Bowe
  • All This Could End
    All This Could End
    Steph Bowe
  • Girl Saves Boy
    Girl Saves Boy
    Steph Bowe