Sara HardyFiction; LGBTQ, Lesbian; Romance, Historical, 20th Century; Adventure, World War II
SARA HARDY is the author of two biographies: The Unusual Life of Edna Walling and Dame Joan Hammond, Love and Music, both published by Allen and Unwin. A Secretive Life is her first novel. 'I loved it!' - says Miriam Margolyes. Hardy writes 'wittily and without sentimentality ... and the result is very moving.' Michelle de Kretser, Review, Weekend Australian.
Sara trained in theatre and dance at Dartington College of Arts, UK, and worked as an actor/playwright with various fringe theatre companies in London including the ground-breaking Gay Sweatshop which was the first professional gay theatre company in Britain. Sara moved to Australia in the 80s and now lives in Melbourne. Her plays include Vita! - a fantasy (based on Virginia Woolf's Orlando, and More Female Parts.