Sarah Myles began to write fiction after graduating in literature from Monash University, and studying at the University of Western Australia. She has trained and worked as a nurse, travelled through Europe, The Americas and Africa. She is the author of Transplanted, published by Hodder Headline.
Her new novel, The Wolf Hour, published by Allen & Unwin is out now.
Currently she divides her time between writing and family, living in inner Melbourne and on the west coast of Victoria.
"I was born in a hybrid place—a farming community that became urban. Growing up in Greater Dandenong, in Victoria, with its extensive migrant population, meant I never saw Australia simply as a white Anglo-Saxon domain but rather an extension of global politics. I have always been fascinated by people and story, where they come from where they are going."