FICTION

Books

The Double (and Other Stories), Text Publishing, Melbourne, 2013.

Short stories

'Transition,' A Kind of Compass: Stories on Distance, ed. Belinda McKeon, Tramp Press, Dublin, 2015: 229-40.

'Three sisters', Electric Literature (US) 111, 2 July 2014.

'Three sisters', Stonecutter (US) 4 (2014).

‘Three sisters’, Cracking the Spine: Ten Short Australian Stories and How they were Written, Spineless Wonders, Strawberry Hills (NSW), 2014: 29-39.

‘Paradise lost’, The Australian, 23 December 2013: 12.

‘The obscene bird of night’, Westerly 58.1 (2013): 225-231.

‘The double’, Review of Australian Fiction 6.2 (2013): 1-12.

‘Three sisters’, Australian Book Review 339 (2012): 45-9.

‘Hide’, Mascara Literary Review 9 (2011).

‘La filosofia poetica de Roānkin’ (translated by Jorge Salavert), Hermano Cerdo, March 2011.

‘A Roānkin philosophy of poetry’, Australian Book Review 327 (2010): 46-8.

‘Death in the Andes’, Southerly 70.1 (2010): 122-131.

‘To the grave’, Hecate 36.1-2 (2010): 223-227.

‘The red wheelbarrow,’ Griffith Review 26 (2009): 217-227.

Photo: Christopher Phillips

Photo: Christopher Phillips

POETRY

Books

The End of the World, Giramondo Publishing, Artarmon, 2014.

Ghostly Subjects, Salt Publishing, London, 2009.

Narcissism, Whitmore Press, Geelong, 2005.

Poems

'Nox,' The Best Australian Poems 2017, ed. Sarah Holland-Batt, Collingwood: Black Inc, 146-7.

'Guilfoyle's Volcano,' Red Room Poetry: New Shoots, 4 September 2017.

'The Bean Seller's Tale,' Red Room Poetry: New Shoots, 4 September 2017.

'Ceiba insignis: While Silk Floss Tree,' Red Room Poetry: New Shoots, 4 September 2017.

'Cereus peruvianis: Peruvian Apple or Cactus Apple,' Red Room Poetry: New Shoots, 4 September 2017.

'Echinocactus grusonii: Golden Barrel Cactus,' Red Room Poetry: New Shoots, 4 September 2017.

'Cleistocactus winteri: Golden Rat Tail,' Red Room Poetry: New Shoots, 4 September 2017.

'Euphorbia caput-medusae: Medusa's Head,' Red Room Poetry: New Shoots, 4 September 2017.

'Echinopsis spachiana: Torch Cactus,' Red Room Poetry: New Shoots, 4 September 2017.

'Agave franzosini: Grey Ghost,' Red Room Poetry: New Shoots, 4 September 2017.

'Agave victoriae: Royal Agave,' Red Room Poetry: New Shoots, 4 September 2017.

'Phone'/'Telefono' (translated by Jorge Salavert), Revista Prometeo, 106-107 (2017): 178-9.

'Habitacion de hotel' (translated by Jorge Salavert), Revista Prometeo, 106-107 (2017): 180.

'Nevera' (translated by Jorge Salavert), Revista Prometeo, 180.

'Cruel,' Kenyon Review XXXIX. 2 (2017): 86-7.

'Shattered Head,' Island 148 (2017): 45.

‘Argument,' The Best Australian Poems 2016, Collingwood: Black Inc, 160-1.

'Prosthetic,' Contemporary Australian Poetry, eds Martin Langford, Judith Beveridge, Judy Johnson & David Musgrave, Glebe: Puncher & Wattmann, 2016: 553.

'Convicts,' Contemporary Australian Poetry, eds Martin Langford, Judith Beveridge, Judy Johnson & David Musgrave, Glebe: Puncher & Wattmann, 2016: 553-4.

'Stalin Confesses,' Contemporary Australian Poetry, eds Martin Langford, Judith Beveridge, Judy Johnson & David Musgrave, Glebe: Puncher & Wattmann, 2016: 554-5.

'Foetal Movement,' Contemporary Australian Poetry, eds Martin Langford, Judith Beveridge, Judy Johnson & David Musgrave, Glebe: Puncher & Wattmann, 2016: 555.

'Протетски,' Антологија на современата австралиска поезија, eds Martin Langford, Judith Beveridge, Judy Johnson & David Musgrave, Macedonia: Puncher & Wattmann, 2016: 437.

'Осуденици,' Антологија на современата австралиска поезија, eds Martin Langford, Judith Beveridge, Judy Johnson & David Musgrave, Macedonia: Puncher & Wattmann, 2016: 438.

'Сталин признала,' Антологија на современата австралиска поезија, eds Martin Langford, Judith Beveridge, Judy Johnson & David Musgrave, Macedonia: Puncher & Wattmann, 2016: 439-40.

'Движење на фетусот,' Антологија на современата австралиска поезија, eds Martin Langford, Judith Beveridge, Judy Johnson & David Musgrave, Macedonia: Puncher & Wattmann, 2016: 439-40.

Daddy,’ Island 146 (2016).

‘Argument,’ Island 146 (2016).

‘Nox,’ Cordite, 1 August 2016.

‘Schornstein,’ Lichtungen 145/ XXXVIII (2016): 102.

‘Strafgefangene,’ Lichtungen 145/ XXXVIII (2016): 102.

‘Nächtliche Beköstigung,’ Lichtungen 145/ XXXVIII (2016): 102.

‘Rock,’ Writing to the Wire, eds Dan Disney & Kit Kelen, Crawley (WA): UWA Press, 2016: 167.

‘Unborn,’ Double Dialogues 18 (2016).

‘Post-partum,’ Double Dialogues 18 (2016).

‘47 Degrees,’ Double Dialogues 18 (2016).

‘Night Feed,’ Double Dialogues 18 (2016).

‘The Arrivals,’ Double Dialogues 18 (2016).

‘Utopia,’ Double Dialogues 18 (2016).

‘Diurnal,’ Double Dialogues 18 (2016).

‘Sleep,’ Double Dialogues 18 (2016).

‘The Interpretation of Dreams,’ Double Dialogues 18 (2016).

'Deja-vu,' Australian Book Review, January-February 2016: 14.

'Knife,' The Best Australian Poems 2015, ed. Geoff Page, Black Inc, Collingwood (VIC), 2015: 32-3.

'Witch,' The Best Australian Poems 2014, ed. Geoff Page, Black Inc, Collingwood (VIC), 2014: 81.

‘Geography lessons’, The turnrow Anthology of Contemporary Australian Poetry, ed. John Kinsella, turnrow Books, Monroe (LA), 2014: 478.

‘Sleep’, The turnrow Anthology of Contemporary Australian Poetry, ed. John Kinsella, turnrow Books, Monroe (LA), 2014: 478-9.

‘Witch’, The turnrow Anthology of Contemporary Australian Poetry, ed. John Kinsella, turnrow Books, Monroe (LA), 2014: 479-80.

‘No man’s land’, The turnrow Anthology of Contemporary Australian Poetry, ed. John Kinsella, turnrow Books, Monroe (LA), 2014: 480.

‘Anaesthetic’, The turnrow Anthology of Contemporary Australian Poetry, ed. John Kinsella, turnrow Books, Monroe (LA), 2014: 481-2.

‘Unborn’, The turnrow Anthology of Contemporary Australian Poetry, ed. John Kinsella, turnrow Books, Monroe (LA), 2014: 482-3.

Missing in action’, Axon: Creative Explorations 4.1 (2014).

‘Mushrooms’, Axon: Creative Explorations 4.1 (2014).

‘Huskies’, Axon: Creative Explorations 4.1 (2014).

‘The Dream’, Land before lines: A photographic portrait series of contemporary Victorian poets, ed. Nicholas Walton-Healey, Hunter, Melbourne, 2014.

‘The Old World’, Hecate 39.1-2 (2013): 92.

‘Chimney’, The Best Australian Poems 2013, ed. Lisa Gorton, Black Inc, Collingwood (VIC), 2013: 25.

‘The Jimi Hendrix Experience’, Mascara 14 (2013).

‘Casino Royale’, Mascara 14 (2013).

‘Epilepsy’, Australian Poetry Journal 3.1 (2013): 58.

‘Inheritance’, Australian Poetry Journal 3.1 (2013): 56-7.

‘Chimney’, Meanjin 72.2 (2013): 57.

‘Winter war’, Overland 209 (2012): 88.

‘Eliza’s shipwreck’, Westerly 57.2 (2012): 120-1.

‘Night feed’, The Best Australian Poems 2012, ed. John Tranter, Black Inc, Collingwood (VIC), 2012: 25.

‘Convicts’, Notes for the Translators: by 142 New Zealand and Australian Poets, ed. Kit Kelen, AMC, Macao, 2012: 394-5.

‘Cesare Lombroso, criminal anthropologist’, Higher Arc 2: 1-3 (2012).

‘The twilight zone’, Cordite 39.0 (2012).

‘Degeneration’, Eureka Street 22.14 (2012).

‘White Australia’, Eureka Street 22.14 (2012).

‘Diurnal’, Eureka Street 22.14 (2012).

‘Night feed’, The Saturday Age, 9 June 2012: 37.

‘The arrivals’, Australian Poetry Journal 2.1 (2012): 57.

‘Loneliness’, Michigan Quarterly Review (USA) LI.3 (2012): 387.

‘Golden Sigi: An advertisement’, ABR 342 (2012): 39.

‘Crime scene investigation’, Griffith Review 35 (2012): 133.

‘Convicts’, Digital Behemoth 2 (2012).

‘Loneliness’, Digital Behemoth 2 (2012).

‘Why nuns are holy’, Digital Behemoth 2 (2012).

‘Electronic music studios’, Fox Chase Review, Winter-Spring 2012.

‘Bestiary’, Southerly 71.3 (2011): 45.

‘Utopia’, Island 127 (2011): 12.

‘The ashes’, The Best Australian Poems 2011, ed. John Tranter, Black Inc, Collingwood, 2011: 165.

‘Beauty’, Mascara Literary Review 10 (2011).

‘Violence’, Mascara Literary Review 10 (2011).

‘Buenos Aires’, Eureka Street 21: 19 (2011).

‘Financial advice’, Eureka Street 21: 19 (2011).

‘War correspondent’, Eureka Street 21: 19 (2011).

‘The mirror’, Eureka Street 21: 19 (2011).

‘Stalin confesses’, Australian Poetry Journal 1.1 (2011): 56-7.

‘The interpretation of dreams’, Australian Poetry Journal 1.1 (2011): 58-59.

‘Hotel room’, Moving Galleries Poetry Exhibition, 2011.

‘Instructions from god’, Verity La, 2011.

‘Unborn’, Thirty Australian Poets, ed. Felicity Plunkett, UQP, St Lucia (QLD), 2011: 244-5.

‘Canasta for lovers’, Thirty Australian Poets, ed. Felicity Plunkett, UQP, St Lucia (QLD), 2011: 241.

‘Anaesthetic’, Thirty Australian Poets, ed. Felicity Plunkett, UQP, St Lucia (QLD), 2011: 242-3.

‘47 degrees’, Thirty Australian Poets, ed. Felicity Plunkett, UQP, St Lucia (QLD), 2011: 246.

‘Tableaux’, Thirty Australian Poets, ed. Felicity Plunkett, UQP, St Lucia (QLD), 2011: 239-240.

‘Sleep’, The Saturday Age, 6 August 2011: 31.

‘47 degrees’, Westerly 56.1 (2011): 218.

‘No man’s land’, The Best Australian Poems 2010, ed. Robert Adamson, Black Inc, Collingwood, 2010: 201.

‘No man’s land’, Australian Book Review 320 (2010): 48.

‘Dogs in space’, Cordite 33.0 (2010).

‘The end of the world’, HEAT 22 (2010): 130-1.

‘Sisu’, Ekleksographia 3 (2010).

‘Tourist’, Ekleksographia 3 (2010).

‘Grim’, Ekleksographia 3 (2010).

‘Electra and Orestes’, Ekleksographia 3 (2010).

‘Why nuns are holy’, Australian Literary Review, 5.1 (2010): 25.

‘Post-partum’, Australian Literary Review, 5.1 (2010): 25.

‘Cusco’, Eureka Street 19.20 (2009).

‘Domestic’, Southerly 69.2 (2009): 107-110.

‘Unborn’, Meanjin 68.3 (2009): 219-220.

‘Nose Bleed’, Motherlode: Australian Women’s Poetry 1986-2008, eds J. Harrison & K Waterhouse, Puncher & Wattman, Glebe (NSW), 2009: 142.

‘Witch’, The Best Australian Poetry 2009, ed. Alan Wearne, UQP, St Lucia (QLD), 2009: 84-5.

‘Anaesthetic’, The Best Australian Poems 2009, ed. Robert Adamson, Black Inc, Melbourne, 2009: 188-9.

‘Anaesthetic’, Island 118 (2009): 103-4.

‘Writer’, Text: The Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs 12.2 (2008).

‘Drunk’, The Best Australian Poems 2008, ed. Peter Rose, Black Inc, Melbourne, 2008: 127.

‘Drunk’, The Saturday Age, 12 July 2008: 29.

‘Convicts’, Antipodes 22.1 (2008): 71.

‘Medea’, Australian Literary Review 3.4 (2008): 25.

‘Gothic’, The Saturday Age, 10 May 2008: 29.

‘Reality check’, Meanjin 66.4-67.1 (2008): 292-3.

‘Witch’, Blue Dog 6.12 (2007): 25.

‘Mary Shelley’, Australian Book Review 296 (2007): 19.

‘Franz Kafka’, Westerly 52 (2007): 59-60.

‘Jorge Luis Borges’, Westerly 52 (2007): 58-9.

‘Ghost story’, Hecate 33.1 (2007): 243.

‘Finland: fables’, Saltlick Quarterly 1 (2007).

‘Child of night’, The Saturday Age, 29 September 2007: 29.

‘Alien Signals: Poems after Stanley Kubrick’, The Best Australian Poems 2007, ed. Peter Rose, Black Inc, Melbourne, 2007: 96-7.

‘Tableaux’, In Our Own Words: A Generation Defining Itself, ed. Marlow Peerse Weaver, MW Enterprises, Cary (NC), 2007: 61.

‘Tides’, In Our Own Words: A Generation Defining Itself, ed. Marlow Peerse Weaver, MW Enterprises, Cary (NC), 2007: 254.

‘Seasonal’, Australian Book Review 292 (2007): 36.

‘Claude Monet’, Eureka Street 17.2 (2007).

‘The Barwon River races’, Eureka Street 17.2 (2007).

‘Circus’, Eureka Street 17.2 (2007).

‘Tableaux’, Westerly 51 (2006): 136.

‘Geography lesson’, The Saturday Age, 21 October 2006: 29.

‘Canasta for lovers’, Australian Book Review 285 (2006): 24.

‘Satellites’, Eureka Street 16.12 (2006).

‘Storm’, The Best Australian Poetry 2006, ed. Judith Beveridge, UQP, St Lucia (QLD), 2006: 82-4.

‘Alien Signals: Poems after Stanley Kubrick’, Southerly 66.1 (2006): 45-6.

‘Misogyny’, The Saturday Age, 27 May 2006: 29.

‘Narcissism’, Island 103 (2005): 59-61.

‘Whale Watching’, The Best Australian Poems 2005, ed. Les Murray, Black Inc, Melbourne, 2005: 167-8.

‘Tides’, Agenda (UK) 41.1-2 (2005):133.

‘Peace be with you (and also with you)’, Agenda (UK) 41.1-2 (2005): 134.

‘Whale Watching’, Australian Book Review 272 (2005): 13.

‘Storm’, Australian Book Review 269 (2005): 23.

‘Ekphrasis’, LiNQ 32.1 (2005): 72.

‘Happy New Year Overture’, LiNQ 32.1 (2005): 73.

‘Nose Bleed’, Antipodes (USA) 18.2 (2004): 128.

‘Peace be with you (and also with you)’, Meanjin 63.4 (2004): 226.

‘Minimalism and the abstract’, Australian Book Review 263 (2004): 22. 

Photo: David McCooey

Photo: David McCooey

GRANTS AND AWARDS

2016 Faculty of Arts and Education Award for Excellence in Postgraduate Supervision

2016 Faculty of Arts and Education Award for Excellence in Workplace Integrated Learning

2015 $40,000 Australia Council New Work Grant

2015 The Double short-listed for $30,000 Melbourne Prize for Literature Best New Writing

2013 Vice Chancellor's Special Recognition Award

2012 $25,000 Australia Council New Work Grant 

2010 $5,000 Faculty of Arts and Education Teaching and Learning Grant

2010 Winner of inaugural Australian Book Review Elizabeth Jolley Short Story Prize

2010 Ghostly Subjects short-listed for Queensland Premier's Literary Award

2010 Faculty of Arts and Education Commendation for Excellence in Teaching

2008 Faculty of Arts and Education Award for Excellence in Teaching

2006 $4,817 Faculty of Arts and Education Priming Grant

2005 Short-listed for inaugural Australian Book Review Peter Porter Poetry Prize        

1991 Winner of Judah Waten Short Story Competition

Photo: David McCooey

Photo: David McCooey

SCHOLARSHIP

Books

Catching Butterflies: Bringing Magical Realism to Ground, Peter Lang, Bern, 2007.

Book chapters

'The walking wounded', in Amy Witting Isobel on the Way to the Corner Shop, Text, Melbourne, 2015: vii-xii.

‘Doubling up: Finding inspiration in life and literature’, Cracking the Spine: Ten Short Australian Stories and How they were Written, Spineless Wonders, Strawberry Hills (NSW), 2014: 40-47.

Slow Man overboard: JM Coetzee on Australian hospitality,’ Telling Stories: Australian Life and Literature 1935-2012, eds Paul Genoni & Tanya Dalziell, Monash University Press, Clayton, 2013: 539-545.

‘Monstrous women: Gothic misogyny in Monster House’ Contemporary Children's Literature and Film: Engaging with Theory, eds Clare Bradford & Kerry Mallan, Palgrave Macmillan, Houndmills, 2011: 79-93.

'The sensational imagination: Ian McEwan’s Saturday’ in Literature and Sensation, eds Anthony Uhlmann, Helen Groth, Paul Sheehan & Stephen McLaren, Cambridge Scholars Press, Newcastle upon Tyne, 2009: 50-60.

Scholarly papers

'Confessional Poetry and the Materialisation of an Autobiographical Self,' Life Writing 14.3 (2017): 371-383.

'Grounding the "auto-intoxicated" Romantic poet: A socio-material theory of poetic praxis,' TEXT, Special issue no. 41 (2017).

& Jo Langdon, ‘Shifting the “vantage point” to women: Reconceptualizing magical realism and trauma,’ Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction 58.1 (2017): 41-52.

‘Theorizing trauma and irony in magical realism: Junot Díaz’s The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao and Alexis Wrights’ The Swan Book’, ARIEL: A Review of International English Literature, 47.3 (2016): 95-122.

‘A dark/Inscrutable workmanship: shining a scientific light on poiesis,’ Axon: Creative Explorations C1 (2015).

‘From the “mad” poet to the “embodied’ poet”: Reconceptualising poetic creativity through cognitive science paradigms’, TEXT 19.2 (2015).

'After Romanticism, psychoanalysis and postmodernism: New paradigms for theorising creativity', TEXT 18.2 (2014).

'Dissanayke’s “motherese” and poetic praxis: theorising emotion and inarticulacy’, Axon: Creative Explorations 4.1 (2014).

'Magical realism and irony's "edge": Rereading magical realism and Kim Scott's Benang,' JASAL 14.5 (2014).

& Alyson Miller, 'Nasdijj's fake magical realist memoir? Re-envisioning magical realism's relationship with fakery,' Postcolonial Text 9.3 (2014).

‘Magical realism and fakes: After Carpentier’s “marvelous real” and Mudrooroo’s “maban realism”’, Antipodes (US) 24.2 (2010): 165-171.

‘“Energetic space”: Literary experience and learning,’ College Literature (US) 36.3 (2009): 165-183.

‘Coetzee’s Haunting of Australian literature,’ JASAL, Special issue: Spectres, screens, shadows, mirrors, 2007: 37-51.

Narcissism: Reflections,’ Double Dialogues: in/stead 1 (2006): 1-7.

‘Faking it for real,’ English Studies in Canada 31.2-3 (2005): 307-325.

‘The unhallowed art: Literature and literary fakes in Australia’, Text: The Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs  4 (2005): 102-114.

& David McCooey ‘“You can’t say no to The Beauty and the Beast”: Shrek and ideology’, Papers 14.1 (2005): 5-14.

& David McCooey, ‘Fakes, Literary Identity and Public Culture’, JASAL 3 (2004): 57-65.

‘Swampland: Signs and Visitations’, Life Writing 1.2 (2004): 177-99.

Published refereed conference papers

'Theft as Creative Methodology: A Case Study of Digital Narratives,' Authorised Theft: Writing, Scholarship, Collaboration, The Refereed Proceedings of the 21st Conference of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs 2016, eds Niloofar Fanaiyan, Rachel Franks & Jessica Seymour.

‘Critique and Creativity: The Nexus Between Literary Studies and Creative Writing’, Strange Bedfellows or Perfect Partners: The Role of Literary Studies in Creative Writing Programs, The Refereed Proceedings of the 15th Conference of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs 2010, eds Catherine Cole, Marcelle Freiman & Donna Lee Brien.

Editing of scholarly journals

& David McCooey (eds), Life Writing, Special issue, ‘The Limits of Life Writing’ 14.3 (2017).

& Wenche Ommundsen (eds), TEXT, Special issue, ‘Australian Literature and Public Culture’ 4 (2005).

Photo: Christopher Phillips

Photo: Christopher Phillips

BOOK REVIEWS & COMMENTARIES

'"The Task of Writing a Poem is One of Coming to Some Understanding": Maria Takolander Reflects on New Shoots,' Red Room Poetry, 16 August 2017.

‘Review short: Simon Armitage’s New Cemetery & Philip Gross’s Time in the Dingle,’ Cordite 2016.

'Explainer: Magical Realism,' The Conversation, 3 December 2015.

‘Review short: Judith Beveridge’s Hook and Eye,’ Cordite, 16 June 2015.

‘Vision and revision’ (review of Euripides Iphigenia among the Taurians), Australian Book Review 371 (2015): 56.

'Making a mark', Australian Book Review 364 (2014): 66.

'Selected shorts', Australian Book Review 364 (2014): 50.

‘Words like padlocks’, Readings monthly, September 2013: 9.

'Better Homes and Gardens, and the Role of Impropriety,' Southerly, 8 May 2013.

'666: The Mark of a Writer,' Southerly, 15 May 2013.

'The Problem of Privacy', Southerly, 27 May 2013.

'On Not Being Born to Write', Southerly, 2 June 2013.

‘Escape artist’ (review of Bronwyn Lea’s The Deep North), Cordite, 20 December 2013.

‘Cauldron of blood’ (review of John Kinsella’s Tide), Australian Book Review 357 (2013): 11 & 13.

‘Review short: Tracy Ryan’s Unearthed’, Cordite 42 (29 July 2013).

‘Audible dance’ (review of John Leonard (ed) Young Poets: An Australian Anthology), Australian Book Review 340 (2012): 53.

‘Hope in flight’ (review of Robyn Rowland Seasons of Doubt and Burning: New and Selected), Australian Book Review 328 (2011): 57.

‘Brigid Rooney Literary Activists’, JASAL 9 (2009).

‘Journals in brief’ (review of Blue Dog, Meanjin & Heat), Australian Book Review 306 (2008): 52.

‘The importance of elsewhere’ (review of John Mateer Elsewhere), Australian Book Review 302 (2008): 58.

‘Generation of ‘08’ (review of Elizabeth Campbell Letters to the Tremulous Hand & L.K. Holt Man Wolf Man), Australian Book Review 301 (2008): 60.

‘Embracing complexity’ (review of Antipodes & Australian Literary Studies), Australian Book Review 291 (2007): 51-2.

‘The artlessness of fiction’ (review of Belinda Burns The Dark Part of Me &  Will Elliott The Pilo Family Circus), Australian Book Review 288 (2007): 33-4.

‘Best books for 2006’, Australian Book Review 279 (2006): 11.

‘God’s gift’ (review of Westerly & Australian Literary Studies), Australian Book Review 279 (2006): 47-48.

‘Corpseworld’ (review of A.L. McCann’s Subtopia), Australian Book Review 277 (2005): 33.

‘Who jests at scars?’ (review of Joel Deane's Another & Merle Thornton's After Moonlight), Australian Book Review 269 (2005): 40-41.

‘The dogs of literature’ (review of Heat, Island, Overland & Winter Conversations), Australian Book Review 265 (2004): 58-59.

Photo: Nicholas Walton-Healey

Photo: Nicholas Walton-Healey

MEDIA

Print interviews

Baulch, Judy, 'Stars and Sacred Trees,' Invenio 1 September 2017.

Francis, Hannah, 'Poetry Springs up in the Gardens this September,' The Age, 24 August 2017.

Reid, Georgina, 'New Shoots: Plants, Poetry and Place,' The Planthunter 46, 16 August 2017.

McDonald, Lauren, 'Poet Comes Full Circle,' Invenio, 18 May 2017.

Varatharajan, Prithvi, 'Prithvi Varatharajan interviews Maria Takolander', Cordite, 1 February 2015.

Hamer, Michelle, ‘Double take’, The Weekly Review, 12-18 December 2013: 23.

Sodor, Risto, ‘Maria Takolander—australiansuomalainen kirjailija’ (interview), Suomi newspaper, 19 September 2013, p. 1 & 8.

Williams, Daniel, ‘7 questions with award-winning writer and poet Maria Takolander,’ Writing Bar, Australian Writers’ Centre, 2 September 2013.

Clarke, Blanche, ‘Teen years provide double the inspiration’, Daily Telegraph, 26 August 2013: 30.

Hadfield, Warwick, ‘It’s a dream come true’, Geelong Advertiser: Friday 23 August, 24.

Crompton, Helen, ‘A stoic outsider’s eye on the world’, The West Australian, 20 August 2013: 7.

Clarke, Blanche, ‘Double take on life’, Herald Sun, Weekend, 17 August 2013: 26.

McLean, Julie, ‘Interview with Maria Takolander’, Julie Maclean Burlesque, July 2013.

Ford, Adam, ‘Interview with Maria Takolander’, Going Down Swinging blog, May 2013.

Middleton, Kate, ‘Interview with Maria Takolander,’ Sydney City Poet blog, 2012.

Heyward, Will, ‘Interview with Maria Takolander,’ Verity La, 2011.

Kenins, Ian, ‘Imagining the future’, The Geelong Times, 21 July 2010.

Radio interviews

Varatharajan, Prithvi 'Maria Takolander', Earshot, ABC Radio National, 6 May 2015.

McCarthy, Elizabeth & Louise Irving, 'Interview re. The End of the World', Multi-storied, 3RRR, 23 April 2014.

Brown, Rhiannon, 'Maria Takolander's debut short story collection The Double', Books and Arts Daily, ABC Radio National, 6 November 2013.

Kirkham, Sky, ‘Maria Takolander interview’, The Book Club, 4zzz, 18 October 2013.

Ryan, Bernard, ‘Interview re. The Double', Pulse FM, 27 August 2013.

Sometimes, Alicia, ‘Interview re. The Double', Aural Text, Triple R, 21 August 2013.

O’Donnell, Vincent, ‘Interview re. The Double', Arts Alive, 2RRR, 21 August 2013.

Ross, Dina, ‘Interview re. The Double', Pageturners
Episode 7, 3MBS, 9 August 2013.

Sometimes, Alicia, ‘Interview re. Ghostly Subjects', Aural Text, 3RRR, 2009.

TV interviews

Griffin, James, ‘Singing the mysteries’, ABC TV, 2005.

‘What’s on in Geelong’, Channel 31, 2005.

Photo: Christopher Phillips

Photo: Christopher Phillips

CREATIVE NONFICTION

‘Lessons learned from literature’, Meanjin 69.3 (2010): 108-116.

‘Dentistry,’ HEAT 10 (2005): 39-49.

‘Swampland,’ Space: New Writing 1 (2004): 27-37.