Errol Broome 03.08.1937 - 14.09.2022MORE
Errol Broome 03.08.1937 - 14.09.2022MORE
Errol Broome 03.08.1937 - 14.09.2022MORE
Errol Broome 03.08.1937 - 14.09.2022MORE

Katherine Tamiko Arguile

Born and raised in Tokyo, Katherine Tamiko Arguile is an arts journalist and author of mixed Japanese and British descent. A graduate of Cambridge University, she has lived and worked on Kaurna land since migrating from London in 2008. She owns a city coffee shop, writes arts reviews for online news outlet InDaily and her short stories have been performed by Spineless Wonders, been published in Liminal Magazine and in anthologies published by Momaya Press, Midnight Sun Publishing and Glimmer Press. Her debut novel, The Things She Owned, was published by Affirm Press and shortlisted for the 2021 MUD Literary Prize for best debut literary fiction novel by an Australian author. Her debut nonfiction book, Meshi, a personal history of Japanese food, was released by Affirm Press in April 2022.

PUBLICATIONS:

  • Meshi: a personal history of Japanese food (Affirm Press, 2022)
  • The Things She Owned (Affirm Press, 2020)

Short stories appearing in the following anthologies:

  • Thrill Me (Glimmer Press, 2020)
  • Crush (Midnight Sun Publishing, 2017)
  • Breaking Beauty (Midnight Sun Publishing, 2014)
  • Alienation (Momaya Press, 2009

AWARDS:

  • The Things She Owned shortlisted for 2021 MUD Literary Prize for best debut literary fiction by an Australian author
  • Varuna & Affirm Press Mentorship awarded 2018
  • Varuna Fellowship awarded 2013
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