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Kaaron Warren Kaaron Warren i(A18765 works by)
Born: Established: 1965 Melbourne, Victoria, ;
Gender: Female
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Kaaron Warren is a speculative fiction writer who has published in Australia, Wales and America. She wrote her first proper story at age 14 and started sending stories to publishers in her early twenties. The first ber publsihed was 'White Bed' (1993). Since then she has sold over 70 short stories, along with three short story collections and three novels.

Warren has lived in Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra, and spent three years in Fiji.


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y separately published work icon Into Bones Like Oil Atlanta : Meerkat Press , 2019 17087981 2019 single work novella horror

'People come to The Angelsea , a rooming house near the beach, for many reasons. Some come to get some sleep, because here, you sleep like the dead. Dora arrives seeking solitude and escape from reality. Instead, she finds a place haunted by the drowned and desperate, who speak through the sleeping inhabitants. She fears sleep herself, terrified that the ghosts of her daughters will tell her "it's all your fault we're dead." At the same time, she'd give anything to hear them one more time.'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

2019 winner Aurealis Awards for Excellence in Australian Speculative Fiction Horror Division Novella
2019 finalist Bram Stoker Awards Superior Achievement in Long Fiction
Crisis Apparition 2018 single work short story horror
— Appears in: A Primer to Kaaron Warren 2018; (p. 99-125)
2018 winner Aurealis Awards for Excellence in Australian Speculative Fiction Horror Division Novella
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