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Rosie Scott

New Zealand-based writer whose notable functions of fiction include Feral Town and Faith Vocalist. She also released an award-winning play, GIVE YOU THANKS To THE GIRL, and a 1984 poetry collection entitled Flesh and Bloodstream. She gained her master’s level in British from Victoria College or university of Wellington. She released her debut book, Glory Times, in 1988. She kept a decade-long term as Chairwoman from the Australian Culture of Writers. With her biologist spouse, Danny Vendramini, she got two daughters. She and dancer Emma Watkins had been both from the College or university of Technology, Sydney: Scott trained classes there, and Watkins once went to the school.

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