Victoria Osborne


Born in London, England, Victoria has lived in Sydney, Hong Kong and New Zealand. She now lives in Melbourne.

Where to find Victoria Osborne online


Victoria Osborne in conversation about 'Man of Clay'
Andrew Stein so liked the novel Man of Clay he wanted to interview the author, Victoria Osborne. Why not record the conversation? If you're interested, and you've got ten minutes, there's a longer version:

Man of Clay provokes all sorts of questions
My bookgroup asks a variety of questions about the book, 'Man of Clay'. These queries may suggest the sort of themes and ideas other bookgroups might ask about 'Man of Clay' as well! Many thanks to Alison, Margie, Heather, Jane, Debbie and Eliza. Happy reading, everyone!

Is 'Man of Clay' suitable for bookgroups?
Do you have a bookgroup? Any trouble finding suitable books to discuss? Does your bookgroup like wine and cheese? Perhaps 'Man of Clay' might provoke some interesting debate. I hope so!!

Another intelligent bookgroup!
Another intelligent bookgroup discusses Man of Clay. Much thanks to Andrew, Joelle, Fran and Philip for their thoughtful and generous input.


Man of Clay
Price: $7.99 USD. Words: 99,500. Language: English. Published: October 8, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Literature » Literary
(4.75 from 4 reviews)
Connie lives in a modern day harem with her ex, the next two wives and their five children. It's a 'sensible' arrangement that cracks when a new woman arrives on the scene. Is this one wife too many? As she builds her last collection of ceramics, Connie reflects on longing, serial monogamy and his career as a herpetologist. The kiln fires hotter than the crematorium.

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art    biology    ceramics    climate    family    frogs    pottery    science    sculpture    sydney