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Amie Kaufman

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Full Name: Amie Kaufman
Born: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Occupation: Writer, Mediator
Nationality: Australian


Amie Kaufman writes science fiction and fantasy for teens. Amie had the good fortune to be raised just one block from her local library, and took full advantage of that fact growing up. She and her sister spent their childhood summers re-creating their favourite books by camping in the backyard, mapping their neighbourhood, climbing trees, stepping through magical doors and sailing the local seas. Raised in Australia and Ireland, she has kissed the Blarney stone six times, thoroughly cementing her gift of the gab.

As she grew older (but not up), she continued her education, and graduated with honors degrees in history, literature and law, and a master's degree in conflict resolution. These days she combines writing with work as a mediator, as well as regular travel throughout the US, Europe and Asia. A few of her top travel moments include camping in the Sahara overnight, climbing a mountain in Vietnam, standing on the Great Wall of China and cycling the Loire Valley, but she has a huge list left to cover.

Amie lives in Melbourne, Australia with her husband and their very quirky rescue dog, Jack. She's a huge fan of chocolate and naps, has an enormous music collection, and an entire room of her house is devoted to her library. She still sails, and though she climbs fewer trees, she remains partial to investigating the occasional magical door.

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Works in the WWEnd Database

 Non Series Works


 Aurora Cycle

 1. (2019)
 2. (2020)
 3. (2021)


 1. (2018)
 2. (2019)
 3. (2020)

 The Illuminae Files

 1. (2015)
 2. (2016)
 3. (2018)


 1. (2013)
 2. (2014)
 3. (2015)


 1. (2018)
 2. (2019)