Eliza Henry-Jones Eliza Henry-Jones i(A139595 works by) (a.k.a. Eliza-Jane Henry-Jones)
Gender: Female
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Eliza-Jane Henry-Jones undertook a BA at Monash University, and has qualifications in qualifications in English, psychology and grief, loss and trauma counselling. In 2016, she was undertaking an Honours degree in English Literature.

Her unpublished short stories have won various awards, including the Monash Literature Festival Short Story Competition, adult category (second place in 2008 for 'The Magic One'; commended in 2009 for 'Feather Shadows') and the Glen Eira City Council's My Brother Jack Literary Awards (first prize in the Youth Poetry Award in 2010 for 'Rushing Years'; first prize in the Youth Short Story Award in 2010 for 'Silver Words'). She was a Young Writer-in-Residence at the Katharine Susannah Prichard Writers' Centre in 2012 and was a recipient of a Varuna residential fellowship for 2015.

Her first novel was published in 2015, and her follow-up novel in mid-2017.

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In the Quiet 2015 single work novel fantasy

'Cate Carlton has recently died, yet she is able to linger on, watching her three young children and her husband as they come to terms with their life without her on their rural horse property. As the months pass and her children grow, they cope in different ways, drawn closer and pulled apart by their shared loss. And all Cate can do is watch on helplessly, seeing their grief, how much they miss her and how - heartbreakingly - they begin to heal. Gradually unfolding to reveal Cate's life, her marriage, and the unhappy secret she shared with one of her children, In the Quiet is compelling, simple, tender, true - heartbreaking and uplifting in equal measure.'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

2016 shortlisted New South Wales Premier's Literary Awards Glenda Adams Award for New Writing
2016 longlisted Australian Book Industry Awards (ABIA) Australian General Fiction Book of the Year
2015 shortlisted The Readings New Australian Writing Award
The River Man Page Seventeen , no. 10 2012 single work short story
2012 second place Page Seventeen Short Story Competition
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