Elizabeth Knox's first novel, After Z-hour, was published in 1987, the same year she graduated from Victoria University of Wellington. She became a full-time writer in 1997 and is best-known for her books The vintner's luck (1998), which was made into a film, and the 'Dreamhunter' duet. This is Knox in her home.
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