Fiona Kelly McGregor’s most recent novel is Iris, longlisted for the Stella Prize and shortlisted for the NSW Premiers Award.
Previously, Indelible ink won Age Book of the Year and was published in French by Actes-Sud. Non-fiction includes essay collection Buried not dead, shortlisted for the VPLA, genre-busting photo-essay A novel idea, and performance art travel memoir Strange Museums.
Earlier fiction includes underground classic chemical palace, and QLD literary award-winner (Steele Rudd) Suck my toes/Dirt.
Fiona is also known for a large repertoire of performance art and event curation, writes for The Saturday Paper, Sydney Review of Books, Sydney Morning Herald, Art Monthly and more, and lives on Gadigal land.