Kirsten Reed was born in 1973 in Seattle. She grew up in New Zealand, Germany and various parts of the US before moving to Australia as an adult. She now lives in Brisbane, and works as a freelance artist and writer. The Ice Age is her first novel.
Posted By Sophie Jonathan on Saturday 22nd Dec 2012
A message from Kirsten: 'This was fun. I don't read much at all when I'm writing, so I skipped the reading part (of the questions), but here are the answers I got to, below.'
Kirsten Reed has lived in Seattle, New Zealand, Germany and various other places in the US, before moving to Australia. Her first novel, The Ice Age, is about a young girl who meets an older man, and their journey across America.
Posted By Rosanna Boscawen on Tuesday 18th Dec 2012
This year we published Suzette Field's A Curious Invitation: The Forty Greatest Parties in Literature. Parties are at the heart of literature, they're where the drama happens; this book is a compendium of who was there, what they wore, what was eaten and who said what to whom. In tribute to all the festivities in the book, we've asked our authors to tell us a little about their best parties, real and fictional.