Wendy James Profile

Wendy James, author of The Steele Diaries and resident of Armidale in New South Wales, is interviewed in "The Armidale Express" by Matt McLennan.

Ms James began writing short stories in 1992, most of which were published in journals and anthologies. She said her second novel took considerably less than her first. "It's like asking how long is a piece of string. The first one took a long time, maybe five years, and this one took just over two," she said. "When you add in all the stuff after publishing, it was probably about two and a half."

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