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Gender: Female
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Aisling Smith is a writer based in Melbourne. She completed a PhD in Literary Studies at Monash University, working on David Foster Wallace.

In 2020, she won the Richell Prize for the manuscript of a magical realist novel, Petrichor, which 'follows the character of a man called Benjamin and the disintegration of his family relationships through the eyes of the women in his life' (Guardian Australia).


'Richell Prize 2020', Guardian Australia, 6 November 2020.

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Solve 2015 single work short story
— Appears in: Verandah , no. 30 2015; (p. 36-41)
2015 winner Verandah Awards The Verandah Literary Award
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