Carol DeBoer-Langworthy Compiled from holograph and typed witnesses in the American Literature Collection of Yale's Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, this edition of Boyce's lifewriting supports her reputation as a pioneer of literary modernism. Remembered as a founding member of the Provincetown Players, Boyce is also famous for her longtime marriage to the anarchist journalist Hutchins Hapgood and their mutual struggles with theories of Free Love. This volume of hitherto-unpublished diaries and what she called "a sort of autobiography" also reveals events and family concerns that surface in her later fiction and plays. She, as a teenager, participated in the bohemian life of the city before moving east with her family.
Sean Gorman Writer, lecturer and researcher. Sean Gorman has studied and worked in the Indigenous Studies field for 20 years. In that time he has tutored, lectured and researched in the Indigenous studies programs at Murdoch University, Edith Cowan University and the University of Melbourne.
His latest book Legends: Deborah Hunn Creative writer, lecturer and researcher. In academic research Deborah has focused on British modernist narrative and on contemporary Australian, British and American queer fiction, film and television.
More recently she has sought to explore the role that informal creative practice, manifest in such hobby activities as fan fiction writing and zine making, can have in shaping the development of new and emergent writers. Deborah has published short fiction, poetry, academic essays and creative non-fiction and reviews in journals such as Westerly, Southerly, Polari, Continuum and Blithe House Quarterly, and in edited collections for publishers such as Manchester University Press, Cleis Press and Fremantle Press.
Confessions of an unlikely Dockers fan. Liz Byrski and Rachel Robertson. Skins, fan texts and contested genres. Journal of Media and Cultural Studies. A Conversation with Liz Byrski. David Alderson and Linda Anderson. Woolf, Female Sexuality and the Victorians.
Leah Mercer Playwright, theatre producer and director. In she co-founded The Nest Ensemble. In she directed and co-wrote Joey: At the Matilda Awards in Brisbane it was awarded a Special Commendation in recognition of an outstanding independent production and the Silver Matilda for Directing.
It was published by Playlab Press in an anthology entitled Independent Brisbane: Other work by The Nest Ensemble: Rachel Robertson Essayist and writer of creative non-fiction and memoir.
Her first book, Reaching One Thousand: Anne Ryden Writer, lecturer and editor. Gaynor, Andrew, Guy Grey Smith: Kenny, Robert, Gardens of Fire: Macris, Anthony, Great Western Highway. Kim Scott Novelist and author of non-fiction and creative non-fiction books and essays. He is also the recipient of an Australian Centenary Medal and is the West Australian of the Year, having been nominated in both the Indigenous and Arts and Culture categories.
Kim is currently Professor of Writing at Curtin University. Susan Bradley Smith Award-winning creative writer and essayist. An award-winning creative writer and essayist, she specialises in feminist cultural history, creative non-fiction, and poetry.
Since beginning her professional writing life as an Arts journalist in Sydney and London she has worked as an academic in both Australia and the UK, publishing extensively as a literary critic, theatre historian, and creative writer.
A regular media commentator and former host of Literary Links at the London Australian High Commission, she has extensive board and committee experience. In Susan founded the writing and well-being consultancy Milkwood Bibliotherapy, building on her award-winning work in the Medical Humanities.Nahid Afrose Kabir is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of English and Humanities at BRAC University, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
She is also an Adjunct Professor and Visiting Researcher at Georgetown University in Washington DC, USA, and holds Adjunct positions at Edith Cowan University, Perth and at the University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia.
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“‘ I was Tempted by a Pretty Coloured Muslin’: Jane Austen and the Art of Being Fashionable.”. Sixty years of the Medium Ævum Annual Lecture Series Miniature from Hildegard of Bingen, Scivias, from the twentieth-century reproduction of the original (now-lost) Rupertsberg Codex.
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Annual Bibliography of Works about Lifewriting: Psychobiography Bibliographer Created Date: Z. Cope, Rachel Rachel Cope is an associate professor of Church history and doctrine at Brigham Young University.
She received a PhD in American history (with an emphasis in women’s history and religious history) from Syracuse University in Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the. National Council of Teachers of English (77th, Los Angeles, CA, November , ).
PUB TYPE. Speeches/Conference Papers () use of "lifewriting" processes in the classroom), an exploratory study surveyed eleventh and twelfth grade students at three large.