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Claire Fuller was born on 1967 in Oxfordshire, United Kingdom, is a Novelist.

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2018

Fuller’s third novel, Bitter Orange, was published in August 2018 by Penguin Books. It has also been published in the United States (Tin House), Canada (House of Anansi Press), Germany and Greece. It will be published in France, Spain, and Russia.

2017

Fuller’s second novel, Swimming Lessons, was published by Penguin in January 2017. It was also published in the United States (Tin House), Canada (House of Anansi Press) and Germany (Piper Verlag), and has also been published in France, China and Poland. Of the writing process, she told a fellow writer, “Getting the words down is torture. Once they’re written, I love rewriting, editing and polishing.”

2015

Our Endless Numbered Days won the 2015 Desmond Elliott Prize for debut fiction and was long-listed for the International Dublin Literary Award. It was also nominated for the 2015 Edinburgh First Book Award, longlisted for the 2016 Waverton Good Read Award and was a finalist in the American Booksellers Association’s 2016 Indies Best Books Award. It was a Richard & Judy Book Club pick for Spring 2016, and a Waterstones Book Club book. In 2015 it was selected by Powells as an indispensable book.

1980

Fuller was born and raised in Oxfordshire. In the 1980s she studied sculpture at Winchester School of Art, working mainly in wood and stone, before embarking on a marketing career. She began writing fiction at the age of 40 and holds a master’s degree in creative and critical writing from the University of Winchester. Our Endless Numbered Days has been published in the UK by Penguin Books, in the United States (Tin House) and Canada (House of Anansi Press), and in translation in France, Israel, Italy, the Netherlands, Taiwan, Turkey, Brazil, the Czech Republic and Denmark. It will also be published in Germany in 2020.

1976

It tells the story of Peggy Hillcoat, who when she is eight in 1976, spends her summer camping with her father, playing her beloved record of The Railway Children and listening to her mother’s grand piano.

1969

Frances Jellico is dying and remembering the summer of 1969, when she was commissioned to survey the follies in the garden of Lyntons – a decrepit and almost derelict country house. There, living in the attic for a month or so, she meets Cara and Peter who are staying in the rooms below hers. As Frances falls under her new friends’ spell and she learns their stories, the house offers up its own secrets, until her life is changed forever.

1967

Claire Fuller (born 9 February 1967) is an English author who won the 2015 Desmond Elliott Prize for her debut novel Our Endless Numbered Days. She also won the BBC Opening Lines Short Story Competition in 2014 and the Royal Academy & Pin Drop Short Story Award in 2016. Her second novel, Swimming Lessons, was shortlisted for the 2018 Royal Society of Literature Encore Award.. Bitter Orange, her third novel, has been nominated for the International Dublin Literary Award.