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Hardman, Emma

Emma Hardman grew up in inner-city Sydney and now lives in Canberra. In between she lived in Byron Bay and Bateman’s Bay. She works as a creative writing teacher and as a Hansard editor at Parliament House where at lunch-time she lies on a picnic blanket in the Senate gardens writing her second novel.
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Nine Parts Water

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A story about growing up in a small town that is getting bigger, and a large world that is getting smaller. Cal Brodie used to be the best in women’s surfing. Now she just wants to be left alone. But ultimately it is the people of her small, coastal hometown who help Cal reconcile her mother’s controversial legacy and open her eyes to a different future. Nine Parts Water is a timely and uncompromising examination of what it means to be Australian and who has the right to call it home.