Fiona Higgins
About the author

Fiona Higgins

Born in Melbourne and educated in Sydney, Fiona Higgins has worked in the philanthropic sector over the past 15 years. Her previous roles include Executive Director for The Caledonia Foundation, Philanthropy Services Manager for Cambooya Services, Programme Manager for The Vincent Fairfax Family Foundation and Communications Officer at Australian Red Cross (NSW). Currently she is Director of Grantmaking and Evaluation at Australian Philanthropic Services, and sits on the board of The Caledonia Foundation and The Royal Agricultural Society of NSW Foundation.Fiona's memoir, Love in the Age of Drought, was published in 2009 by Macmillan and her first novel, The Mothers' Group, was published by Allen & Unwin in 2012, with foreign rights sold in France, Germany, the Netherlands and Spain.She holds tertiary qualifications in the humanities and social sciences, and lives in Bali with her husband and three children.

Books by Fiona Higgins

Fiona Higgins Articles

This Friday: mysterious author S.A Jones reveals the inspiration behind The Fortress

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11 April 2018

This Friday: mysterious author S.A Jones reveals the inspiration behind The Fortress

    The Fortress by S. A. Jones might be the best book released in 2018: find out why on next Friday Night-In

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    20 March 2018

    The Fortress by S. A. Jones might be the best book released in 2018: find out why on next Friday Night-In

      This Friday: The Australian author who will ignite your book club

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      5 March 2018

      This Friday: The Australian author who will ignite your book club

        February Friday Night-In: The Whole Bright Year by Debra Oswald

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        29 January 2018

        February Friday Night-In: The Whole Bright Year by Debra Oswald

          Announcing Our Friday Night-In Special Guest: Graeme Simsion

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          5 December 2017

          Announcing Our Friday Night-In Special Guest: Graeme Simsion

            Friday Night-In @ Better Reading

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            6 October 2017

            Friday Night-In @ Better Reading