Claire Aman

Claire Aman

Claire Aman lives in Grafton, an inspiring town.

Her short stories have appeared in Best Australian Stories 2008 and 2014, New Australian Stories 1 and 2, Escape, Cracking the Spine, The Trouble with Flying, Award Winning Australian Writing, Australian Book Review, Island, Southerly and Heat.

Her stories have won the Wet Ink, EJ Brady and Hal Porter prizes. 

Her writing life has been nurtured by Varuna, the Writers House, and also through an Australian Society of Authors mentorship.


Mrs Dogwether’s bird moment

FictionMRS DOGWETHER'S FRONT door is open but I don't go in because it smells like chops and cat poo in there. I stand on the doormat and sing out helloo-oo like a tremulous old Mavis. It's dark inside. I can't...

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