Tracy Farr

Tracy Farr standing on a jetty.

Writers in the Library
In conversation with Tracy Farr

Join us at Falcon eLibrary and Community Centre to hear Tracy chat about her novels, writing, family, living in Wellington and more… 

Tracy Farr's debut novel, The Life and Loves of Lena Gaunt, is about love and loss. Her second novel is The Hope Fault; it's about family and fault lines.

Tracy Farr is a novelist, short story writer, and former research scientist. She grew up in Perth, and has degrees in Science and Arts from the University of Western Australia. Since 1996 she’s lived in Wellington, New Zealand. She’s been awarded writing residencies and fellowships in Australia and New Zealand, including the inaugural Mildura Writers Festival Residency and a Varuna Second Book Fellowship in 2015.

Her second novel, The Hope Fault, is being adapted for the stage by the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts for their 2019 season.

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