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Danielle Clode
Danielle Clode smiles at the camera nect to a koala eating a eucaplytus leaf

Danielle Clode is a narrative nonfiction writer whose writing over the last 30 years has sought to promote the  public understanding of and engagement with Australian science, nature and history. Her books have won both the Victorian Premier’s Literary Award and Federation of Australian Writers Awards for non-fiction and Whitley Awards for popular zoology and ecology, as well as being shortlisted for the Children’s Book Council of Australia, Adelaide Festival and National Biography awards. She has a doctorate in conservation biology from Oxford, is a full-time freelance writer and writing teacher and an associate professor in creative writing at Flinders University. Her latest book, Koala: A life in trees has been published by Black Inc and W. W. Norton.