Suzanne Falkiner is the author of twelve books of fiction and non-fiction. Her most recent titles include the biographies Joan in India (2008), The Imago: E. L. Grant Watson & Australia (2011), Mrs Mort's Madness (2014) and Mick: A life of Randolph Stow (2016). She has been shortlisted for the Vogel Award, the Kibble Award, the Queensland Premier's Literary Award, and the NSW History Awards. She lives in Sydney.
Well researched and clearly written. -- Peter Corris * The Weekend Australian * Lucidly written by a trenchant and conscientious writer, Eugenia: A Man is undoubtedly the fullest and fairest account of the curious and tragic life of a transsexual in Sydney at the turn of the century. -- Mark Try * Campaign * Thoughtful, absorbing. * The Sydney Morning Herald * 'As the author of a good book, and, rarer still, a good book about crime, Falkiner deserves both praise and respect.' Stephen Knight, The Age Monthly Review