Deborah Sheldon is an award-winning author from Melbourne, Australia. She writes short stories, novellas and novels across the darker spectrum of horror, crime and noir. Her award-nominated titles include the novels Body Farm Z, Contrition and Devil Dragon; the novella Thylacines; and the collection Figments and Fragments: Dark Stories. Her collection Perfect Little Stitches and Other Stories won the Australian Shadows 'Best Collected Work' Award, was shortlisted for an Aurealis Award and longlisted for a Bram Stoker. Deb's short fiction has appeared in many well-respected magazines such as Aurealis, Midnight Echo, Andromeda Spaceways, and Dimension6. Her fiction has also been shortlisted for numerous Australian Shadows Awards and Aurealis Awards, and included in various 'best of' anthologies such as Year's Best Hardcore Horror. As editor of the 2019 edition of Midnight Echo, Deb won the Australian Shadows 'Best Edited Work' Award. Her other credits include TV scripts such as Neighbours, feature articles for Australian and international magazines, non-fiction books (Reed Books, Random House), stage plays, and award-winning medical writing.
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