Ghost Girls, Echo Publishing, March 2016

Writer, Screenwriter, Editor

Ghost Girls

My debut crime novel, Ghost Girls, is set between Sydney's Chinatown district and the Chinese locations of Beijing and Yunnan provence. The novel draws on many of my own experiences living, working and travelling in the People's Republic of China. In 2017 it won the Davitt Award for Best Debut Crime Fiction. You can read more about it and me at Echo Publishing's site, here. If you'd like to read some Ghost Girls book reviews and articles, please see the links below. 

Cath Ferla, Memories and Recipes from Fuchsia Dunlop's land of fish and rice. The Australian Financial Review, 01/10/16

Shelley Gare, The Australian Financial Review, 14/05/16

Ed Wright, The Australian, 09/04/16

Sue Turnbull, Sydney Morning Herald, 01/04/16

Karen Chisholm, Newtown Review of Books, 21/03/16

Elizabeth Lhuede, Devoted Eclectic, 09/03/16

Bernadette Bean from Fairdinkum Crime, 07/03/16

Carol Seeley, Reading, Writing and Riesling, 29/02/16

Jeff Popple, Sydney Morning Herald, 27/02/16

Jo from Booklover Book Reviews, 18/02/16

Erich Mayer, Arts Hub, 25/01/16

Kerri Smith from Fairdinkum Crime, 19/01/16



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Upcoming events

Book launch (launcher): "Force and Fraud" by Ellen Davitt, Grattan Street Press, Wed Oct 18, 6pm, The University of Melbourne

The Next Big Thing, Wheeler Centre, "Halloween Edition," Mon 30 Oct, 6.15pm, at The Moat. 


Herald Sun, 20/09/17 

Word Mothers, 2/9/16

Northsider, 21/7/16

Multi-Storied 3RRR, 22/6/16

Australian Writers Centre, 19/4/16

Better Reading, 31/3,/16

Northcote Leader, 2/3/16