Amanda Niehaus

Amanda Niehaus is a writer, scientist, and author of the acclaimed novel The Breeding Season—a story of love, loss, and resilience based on the reproductive biology of northern quolls. Her essays and stories have been published in Griffith Review, Nature, The Guardian, Creative Nonfiction, Best Australian Essays, and she won the 2017 Victoria University Short Story Prize. Amanda studies the process and effectiveness of communicating science through fiction at the University of Queensland.

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