Glenda Larke i(19 works by) (birth name: Glenyce Larke)
Also writes as: Glenda Noramly
Born: Established: Western Australia, ;
Gender: Female
Expatriate assertion
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Glenda Larke grew up in Western Australia, moving to Malaysia with her husband when she was twenty-four. Because of her husband's United Nations position, she has lived in many places such as Tunisia and Vienna, where her fantasy novel The Aware (2003) was written.

Awards for Works

The Dagger's Path 2015 single work novel fantasy

'ONLY A TRAITOR CAN SAVE THEM

'When sailors came to Ardhi's homeland, they plundered not only its riches, but its magic too. Now disgraced islander Ardhi must retrieve what was stolen, but there are ruthless men after this power, men who will do anything to possess it...

'Sorcerers, pirates, and thieves collide in this thrilling sequel to Glenda Larke's epic fantasy adventure, The Lascar's Dagger.' (Publication summary)

2016 shortlisted Ditmar Awards Best Novel
2015 finalist Aurealis Awards for Excellence in Australian Speculative Fiction Fantasy Division Novel
The Lascar's Dagger 2013 single work novel fantasy young adult

'Saker appears to be a simple priest, but in truth he's a spy for the head of his faith. Wounded in the line of duty by a Lascar sailor's blade, the weapon seems to follow him home. Unable to discard it, nor the sense of responsibility it brings, Saker can only follow its lead. The dagger puts Saker on a journey to distant shores, on a path that will reveal terrible secrets about the empire, about the people he serves, and destroy the life he knows. The Lascar's dagger demands a price, and that price will be paid in blood.'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

2015 joint winner Ditmar Awards Best Novel
2015 winner Tin Duck Award, Western Australian Science Fiction Foundation (WASFF) Best WA Professional Long Written Work
2014 shortlisted Aurealis Awards for Excellence in Australian Speculative Fiction Fantasy Division Best Novel
Stormlord's Exile 2011 single work novel fantasy 'Tasked with bringing life--giving rain to all people of the Quartern, Shale, finally free from his greatest enemy, turns to Terelle, who can covertly boost his powers with her own mystical abilities, for help in saving his people.' (Trove)
2011 shortlisted Aurealis Awards for Excellence in Australian Speculative Fiction Fantasy Division Best Novel
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