Greg McGee writes for theatre, film and television, for which he has won numerous awards. More recently he has concentrated on prose. Under the pseudonym of Alix Bosco he won the 2010 Ngaio Marsh Award for best crime fiction novel for Cut & Run and was a finalist the following year for Slaughter Falls. Under his own name he has written Love & Money, the biography of Richei McCaw (The Open Side) and The Antipodeans, long-listed for this years's Ockham NZ Book Awards. He was the 2013 Katherine Mansfield Fellow and lives in Auckland.