Helen Lowe

Helen Lowe

Helen Lowe won the inaugural Robbie Burns National Poetry Award in 2003 and was the recipient of a New Zealand Society of Authors/Creative New Zealand award for emerging writer. For Thornspell, she received the Sir Julius Vogel Award for best young adult novel. She received a second Vogel Award as best new talent in the fantasy field.

In addition to her writing life, Helen has a second-dan black belt in aikido and represented her university in the sport of fencing. She lives in a ninety-year-old house with a woodland garden in Christchurch, New Zealand, which she shares with her partner, Andrew, and two cats.

An interview with Helen Lowe by Seregil of Rhiminee

Photo: J. McCombe / permission Helen Lowe
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Edited: Darkki April 04, 2021
Book Covers
The Heir of Night (The Wall of Night #1)8.34
The Gathering of the Lost (The Wall of Night #2)8.84
Daughter of Blood (The Wall of Night #3)
The Chaos Gate (working title) (The Wall of Night #4)8.78

Speculative Fiction Novels (5)

(The Wall of Night #4)
2021 | fantasy > high fantasy | Release date TBA
(The Wall of Night #3)
2016 | fantasy > high fantasy
(The Wall of Night #2)
2012 | fantasy > high fantasy
(The Wall of Night #1)
2010 | fantasy > high fantasy

2008 | fantasy > fairy tale, young adult