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Gabrielle Carey co-wrote the bestselling Puberty Blues while still in her teens, and thereafter published equally acclaimed books of biography, autobiography and memoir. Her book Moving Among Strangers, a study of the poet and novelist Randolph Stow, was joint winner of the 2014 Prime Minister’s Award for Non-Fiction and shortlisted for the 2015 National Biography Award. In 2020 her Only Happiness Here : In Search of Elizabeth von Arnim led to shortlisting for the Hazel Rowley Literary Fellowship. James Joyce : A Life reveals her very deep, lifelong interest in Joyce and her fascination for Irish literature.