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Tiffany Tsao is the author of The Oddfits and The More Known World - the first and second books of The Oddfits series.

She also translates Indonesian fiction and poetry into English. Her translated work includes Dee Lestari’s novel Paper Boats, Laksmi Pamuntjak’s The Birdwoman’s Palate (forthcoming in March 2018), and Norman Erikson Pasaribu’s poetry.

She received her Ph.D. in English from UC-Berkeley in 2009 and now lives in Sydney, Australia with her spouse and offspring.

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The Oddfits

3.58 avg rating — 2,674 ratings — published 2016 — 5 editions
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Under Your Wings

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…giving her an excuse to cackle witchishly, “Fly, my pretty! Fly!”

Seriously though. Today is its official publication date here in Australia, though a friend has already spotted it for sale at Better Read Than Dead in Sydney. And Readings has even already posted a review – a really favourable one, which made me almost pass out from happiness.

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“She was always making silly mistakes when it came to preparing her son’s food—mistakes that anybody could have made, really. Like sprinkling chilli powder instead of cinnamon into his birthday cake batter every year, or accidentally spreading crushed cockroaches instead of tuna onto his tuna sandwiches.”
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