Kapiti Coast, New Zealand
Alison Glenny lives on the Kapiti Coast. She has an MA in Creative Writing from Victoria University, and has published fiction widely in journals and anthologies. She has written, among other things, about air (Hue & Cry 6), a drowned city (Landfall 224), Antarctic explorers and their pets (Moving Worlds 8), the Southern Mermaid (Sport 38), and the art of surrealist cooking (Landfall 206).
About Farlight she says: ‘The 1920s was a remarkable era of female aspiration and achievement as, following the war, women sought to take on attributes and roles previously restricted to men. I wanted to convey the adventurous, experimental spirit of that time, while maintaining a fantastic quality. In Farlight, the characters’ desire for new experience is represented by their urge to conquer the unexplored territories of the sky and the polar regions.’
Cover designed by Rachel O'Neill
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