Kate Pullinger is a Canadian novelist living in England. Her books include the novels A Little Stranger, The Last Time I Saw Jane, Where Does Kissing End?, Weird Sister, and When the Monster Dies, as well as the short story collections, My Life as a Girl in a Men's Prison and Tiny Lies. She co-wrote the novel of the film The Piano with director Jane Campion. Her latest novel, The Mistress of Nothing, is currently shortlisted for a GG, a Governor General's Literary Award for Fiction, one of Canada's main annual literary prizes. Kate Pullinger also writes for digital media. Her current projects include 'Lifelines' - digital stories for secondary schools, 'Inanimate Alice' - a digital novel in episodes, and 'Flight Paths: a networked novel' - a project aimed at creating a novel on and through the internet. She is Lead Writer on a game for Facebook, to be launched in 2010. See http://www.katepullinger.com/blog for urls. Kate Pullinger is Reader in Creative Writing and New Media at De Montfort University where, with her colleague Sue Thomas, she helps run the Transliteracy Research Group, or TRG, http://www.transliteracy.com.
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