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Meet Writer Sandra Arnold…

Authors, Literature

Sandra Arnold is an award-winning author of five books including three novels, a non-fiction work and a collection of short-short fiction.

Her most recent publications are The Ash, the Well and the Bluebell (Mākaro Press, NZ), Soul Etchings (Retreat West Books, UK) and Sing No Sad Songs (Canterbury University Press, NZ).

Her short fiction and essays have been anthologised and published widely in New Zealand and internationally and she has been nominated for Best Microfictions, The Pushcart Prize and The Best Small Fictions.

With poet David Howard she co-founded the literary magazine Takahe in 1989. She holds a PhD in Creative Writing from Central Queensland University, Australia. She has been awarded writing residencies and has worked as a judge of literary competitions, book reviewer, and guest editor for Meniscus: literary journal of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs,  TEXT: academic journal of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs, and Flash Frontier.

She lives on two acres of land in the tiny village of Greendale, near Darfield, with her husband Chris, a dog, an alpaca and two hens.

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