Andrew McGahan was born in Dalby, Queensland but has lived and worked mostly in Brisbane.
His first novel Praise was winner of The Australian/Vogel Literary Award. Since then his writing includes an award winning stage play Bait and the AFI award winning screenplay for the movie version of Praise. His second novel was the prequel 1988 and his third novel Last Drinks was shortlisted for multiple awards, including The Age Book of the Year and the Courier Mail Book of the Year, and won a Ned Kelly award for crime writing. In 2004 The White Earth was published and went on to win the Miles Franklin Literary Award, the Commonwealth Writers' Prize for the South East Asia and South Pacific region, The Age Book of the Year (Fiction) and the Courier Mail Book of the Year Award. It was also shortlisted for the Queensland Premier's Literary Awards that same year.
In 2009, his novel Wonders of a Godless World won the Aurealis Award for Science Fiction.
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