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Angela Savage’s crime novels are inspired by the six and a half years she spent living in South-east Asia in the late 1990s, working for the Red Cross on HIV/AIDS programs. Her love affair with Asia continues, and in 2008 she spent the year in Cambodia with her partner and their two-year-old.
I have worked as an au pair, beauty consultant, researcher, international development program manager and consultant, policy analyst and trainer; I am currently Executive Officer of a small not for profit organisation in Melbourne.
Social justice, health and wellbeing – women’s health and sexual health in particular – poverty and development, cross-cultural understanding.
Writing, reading, learning, family, friends, Southeast Asia, promoting cross-cultural understanding, sexual health education for young people, safe motherhood, social justice, and music, especially country and Oz rock.
I won the 2004 Victorian Premier’s Award for Unpublished Manuscript and was short-listed for the 2007 Ned Kelly Award for Best First Book. I won the Farrago short story competition at Melbourne University in 1987 and won third prize at the 1998 Scarlett Stiletto Awards.