S.A. Partridge is a young adult novelist from Cape Town whose first novel, The Goblet Club, won the English category in the You/Huisgenoot I am a Writer competition in 2007 as well as the MER Youth Prize at the M-Net Via Afrika Awards in 2008.
Her critically-acclaimed style of writing is so popular with the South African youth that it was adapted into a school play entitled Gif. Her second novel Fuse was published in 2009.
Sally currently works as the editor of a national publication.
Sally was named one of the Mail & Guardian’s 200 Young South Africans of 2011.
Books by Sally-Ann Partridge
Sharp Edges, Human & Rousseau (2013)
Dark Poppy's Demise, Human & Rousseau (2011)
Fuse, Human & Rousseau (2009)
The Goblet Club, Human & Rousseau (2007)
M.E.R. Prize for the best youth novel 2014 – Sharp Edges
Fuse was shortlisted for the Percy Fitzpatrick Prize
Winner of the English category in the You/Huisgenoot I am a Writer competition in 2007 – The Goblet Club
MER-prys vir jeuglektuur (2008) – The Goblet Club
Fuse was chosen as IBBY (International Board on Books for Young People) South Africa’s English nomination for the IBBY International Honour Roll 2012.