Jem Tyley-Miller is a crime writer from Bacchus Marsh, whose stories meander into the realm of fabulism. Her writing has been shortlisted for awards, including the Ned Kelly S.D. Harvey Award, Alan Marshall, WAM (Write Around the Murray), and FAWWA Stuart-Hadow Prize. She is the currently in the midst of revising two crime fiction manuscripts—one set in Barwon Heads, the other in Catalonia, as well as polishing a swathe of short stories. She works casually as an assistant director in Film and Television to help fund her very serious writing habit and organises both the Peter Carey Short Story Award and the Moorabool Young Writers’ Awards in her spare time.
Tuesday 30 October - Saturday 3 November