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Diana Chase

Born in 1935 in Guildford, Western Australia, Diana Chase spent much of her childhood with her mother’s family on dairy farms in the south-west, where she developed an early passion for all animals, particularly ducks, dogs and horses. A qualified teacher and historian, Diana taught at various schools, in Western Australia and overseas.

Diana Chase died in 2008. Her talent and dedication to the craft of writing will be missed.

Awards

WAYRBA Hoffman Award (Winner 2000)
Western Australian Premier’s Award (Shortlisted 2007)

Books available from Fremantle Press

From the Catalogue

Debut novels to be published in UK

Two more Fremantle Press novels are heading to the UK. The Life and Loves of Lena Gaunt by Tracy Farr and The Weaver Fish by Robert Edeson will be published by Aardvark Bureau.

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