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Stephen Daisley is a New Zealand novelist.
He was born in New Zealand in 1955, and spent five years in the New Zealand army before working as a sheep herder, bush cutter, truck driver, construction worker and bartender. He now lives in Perth, Western Australia.
- 2011 winner Prime Minister's Literary Awards — Fiction – Traitor
- 2011 winner New South Wales Premier's Literary Awards — UTS Award for New Writing – Traitor
- 2011 shortlisted New South Wales Premier's Literary Awards — Christina Stead Prize for Fiction – Traitor
- 2011 shortlisted Commonwealth Writers Prize South East Asia and South Pacific Region — Best First Book – Traitor
- 2010 shortlisted Western Australian Premier's Book Awards — Fiction – Traitor
- 2016 winner Ockham New Zealand Book Award — Fiction – Coming Rain with a prize of $50,000
- Eleanor Black (10 May 2016). "Stephen Daisley wins $50,000 fiction prize at Ockham NZ Book Awards". Stuff.co.nz. Retrieved 8 August 2017.
- New York Review of Books
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