Kylie Orr (she/her) is a Melbourne-based writer who once kicked a winning goal in a charity football match and has never let her family hear the end of it.
Over the past fifteen years, her feature articles have been published across The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald, Daily Life and News Ltd.
She wrote some children’s books that she knew would be a riot for kids, but more importantly, quick for parents to read at bedtime. Whose Pants? Whose Shoes? Whose Hat? and Whose Bag? sold across Australia and Canada.
Kylie’s novels explore the darker side of humanity and question what we understand about ourselves. Her debut, Someone Else’s Child was longlisted in The Richell Prize, the MsLexia International Novel Competition and awarded the Dymocks & Fiona McIntosh Commercial Fiction Masterclass scholarship
She lives cliffside on the land of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation. She shares the space with her four children, just the one husband and a cat called Alfie who has surprised everyone by taking up space in her camera roll and on her reading chair.
You can find out more at: www.kylieorr.com