Heather Rose is the author of four novels, including White Heart, The Butterfly Man, The River Wife and The Museum of Modern Love, which won the Stella Prize 2017, the Margaret Scott Prize 2017 and the Christina Stead Award for Fiction at NSW Premier's Literary Awards 2017, was shortlisted for the ALS Gold Medal 2017, and longlisted for the Dublin IMPAC Literary Award. Heather has also written three novels for children in the acclaimed Tuesday McGillycuddy series, published internationally under the pen-name of Angelica Banks with fellow author Danielle Wood. She lives in Tasmania.
A rare treat . . . an astute meditation on art, bravery, friendship, love, how to live and on dying - SYDNEY MORNING HERALDAudacious and beautiful - AUSTRALIANDaring - SYDNEY REVIEW OF BOOKSProfound - AUSTRALIAN BOOK REVIEW