Singularity
By Charlotte Grimshaw
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Charlotte Grimshaw's collection of interlinked stories, Opportunity, was shortlisted for the 2007 Frank O'Connor International Prize, and won New Zealand's premier award for
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Singularity
9781869791391
Random House New Zealand
1 May 2010
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256
2.09 MB
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Awards

Short-listed for Commonwealth Writers' Prize Best Book - SE Asia and South Pacific 2010 -- Short-listed for Frank O'Connor International Short Story Award 2009

Author Biography

Charlotte Grimshaw is the author of a number of critically acclaimed novels and outstanding collections of linked stories, which have been published in New Zealand, the UK and Canada. As a reviewer in The New Zealand Listener noted: 'A swarming energy pervades every page she writes . . . her descriptive writing has always been of the highest order. Most of it would work just as well as poetry.' She has been a double finalist and prize winner in the Sunday Star-Times short story competition, and in 2006 she won the BNZ Katherine Mansfield Award. In 2007 she won a Book Council Six Pack prize. Her story collection Opportunity was shortlisted for the 2007 Frank O'Connor International Prize, and in 2008 Opportunity won New Zealand's premier Montana Award for Fiction or Poetry. She was also the 2008 Montana Book Reviewer of the Year. Her story collection Singularity was short-listed for the 2009 Frank O'Connor International Prize and the South East Asia and Pacific section of the Commonwealth Writers' Prize. Grimshaw's fourth novel, The Night Book, was shortlisted for the 2011 NZ Post Award. She writes a monthly column in Metro magazine, for which she has won the Qantas Media Award. Commenting in The Guardian, Jane Campion said, 'She is a master of mystery, very contemporary and astute. Her language is relaxed, spare and perfect.' A full list of Charlotte Grimshaw's titles, reviews and selected Metro columns can be found on her website: http://www.charlottegrimshawauthor.com/