Myra Morris was born in the Victorian Mallee country and was educated at the Brigidine Convent, Rochester. She spent most of her life in small Victorian country towns, and these form the backdrop to much of her fiction. A prolific author, she contributed poetry, serials and short stories to many Australian publications, notably the Bulletin. Her own publications included volumes of verse, novels, and short stories.
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