Cat Sparks

Cat has received a total of seventeen Aurealis and Ditmar awards for writing, editing and art including the Peter McNamara Conveners Award 2004, for services to Australia’s speculative fiction industry. She was the convenor of the Aurealis Awards horror division in 2006 and a judge in the anthologies and collected work category in 2009.An active member of Science Fiction Writers of America, her fiction is represented by Jill Grinberg Literary Management, New York.She is currently working on a biopunk trilogy and a suite of post-apocalypse tales set on the New South Wales south coast.Her story ‘All the Love in the World’ is reprinted in Hartwell and Kramer’s Years Best Science Fiction, Volume 16.In January 2012 she was one of 12 students chosen to participate in Margaret Atwood’s The Time Machine Doorway workshop as part of the Key West Literary Seminar Yet Another World: literature of the future. Her participation was funded by an Australia Council emerging writers grant.She was granted both an Australian Postgraduate Award (APA) and a Curtin research Scholarship (CRS) and is currently a provisional candidate for a Doctorate of Philosophy – Media, Culture and Creative Arts at Curtin University.


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