Carrie TiffanyCarrie Tiffany was born in West Yorkshire and grew up in Western Australia. She spent her early 20s working as a park ranger in Central Australia and now lives in Melbourne where she works as an agricultural journalist. Carrie completed a Masters Degree in Creative Writing at RMIT University in Melbourne. Her first novel, Everyman’s Rules for Scientific Living, was short-listed for the Miles Franklin Literary Award, the Victorian Premier’s Literary Award, the Orange Prize for Fiction, the Commonwealth Writer’s Prize and the Guardian First Book Award, and was the winner of the Western Australian Premier’s Fiction Prize. Her second novel, Mateship with Birds was published in 2012.
Anthologies featuring Carrie Tiffany
In honour of the 2012 Olympics, this edition opened its doors to international short story submissions from all over the world, thus becoming the first BBC International Short Story Award.