Kim Kelly is the author of six works of fiction about Australia (Black Diamonds, This Red Earth, The Blue Mile, Paper Daisies, Wild Chicory, and The Jewel Sea), its heritage and its people that are loved by readers all over the world. Her stories shine a bright light on forgotten corners of our past and the tales of ordinary people living through extraordinary times. A striking characteristic of Kim’s writing is her ability to lead readers gently and lyrically into difficult terrain, exploring themes of bigotry, class conflict, disadvantage and violence in our shared history, which still plague the world today.
Kim is an editor and literary consultant by trade so stories fill her everyday – and most nights too.
Love is the fuel that fires her intellectual engine. In fact she takes love so seriously she once donated a kidney to her husband to prove it, and also to save his life.
Originally from Sydney, Kim now lives in Millthorpe, a tiny gold-rush village in the wide, rolling hills of central western New South Wales, where the ghosts are mostly friendly and her grown sons come home regularly to graze.
For more about Kim, please go to https://kimkellyauthor.com/.
For enquiries about Kim’s publication, audio, film and TV rights, please contact Jeanne Ryckmans: firstname.lastname@example.org