Gippsland writer wins four national literary awards
A Gippsland author has won an astonishing four awards at Sisters in Crime’s 25th Scarlet Stiletto Short Story Awards.
Journalist and author Fin J Ross of Eagle Point snared three awards for her story Deadly Ernestine which took out the Simon & Schuster Second Prize ($1000), the Melbourne Athenaeum’s Body in the Library Prize ($1000) and the inaugural International Association of Forensic Linguists Award ($1000).
Another of her stories Victory of Kyrnos won The Clan Destine Press Award for Cross Genre ($500).
Cheekily, the murder in Deadly Ernestine occurs in the Melbourne Athenaeum Library.