Heather McRobie

Heather McRobie

Heather McRobie

Heather McRobie (b. 1985) is a British-Australian novelist and journalist. Her first novel, Psalm 119, was published when she was 23 and won the Helene du Coudray Prize. 
Since then she has worked as a freelance journalist for The Guardian, the New Statesman, the Globe and Mail and other publications, working and living in Bosnia, Jordan, Germany, Canada and Egypt. 
She is completing a PhD on the 2011 Egyptian revolution at Oxford University and works as an editor at openDemocracy. She is working on her second novel.

Titles by Heather McRobie

Psalm 119

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15 Mar 2019

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