SRB Writers, T-Z

t: Taveira — Twyford-Moore

Rodney Taveira

Rodney Taveira is Lecturer in American Studies at the United States Studies Centre at...

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Elizabeth Taylor

Dr Elizabeth Taylor is a Senior Lecturer in Urban Planning & Design, in the Faculty of...

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Heather Taylor Johnson

Heather Taylor Johnson is the author of four books of poetry and the editor...

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Matthew C. Thompson

Matthew C. Thompson is the author of MAYHEM, a ‘documentary in writing’ about Australia’s...

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Melissa Thorne

Melissa Thorne is a recipient of the 2019 CA-SRB Emerging Critics Fellowship. She has...

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Amy Thunig

Amy Thunig is an academic in the Department of Educational Studies at Macquarie University,...

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Amanda Tink

Amanda Tink is a PhD candidate at Western Sydney University, researching the influence of impairment and...

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Omid Tofighian

Translator Omid Tofighian is a lecturer, researcher and community advocate, combining philosophy with interests...

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Mark Tredinnick

Mark Tredinnick—whose many books include Almost Everything I Know, Bluewren Cantos, Fire Diary, The Blue...

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Helen Trinca

Helen Trinca is managing editor of the Australian. Her book Madeleine: A Life of...

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Tiffany Tsao

Tiffany Tsao is a writer and literary critic. She is the Indonesia editor-at-large for...

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Maria Tumarkin

Maria Tumarkin is a writer and cultural historian. She is the author of four...

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Sam Twyford-Moore

Sam Twyford-Moore is the author of  The Rapids: Ways of Looking at Mania published...

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u: Uhlmann — Uhlmann

Anthony Uhlmann

Anthony Uhlmann is the Director of the Writing and Society Research Centre at the...

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v: van Loon — Vincent

Julienne van Loon

Julienne van Loon is the author of the novels Road Story, Beneath the Bloodwood...

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Ellen van Neerven

Ellen van Neerven is a Mununjali woman from the Scenic Rim. Ellen’s books include...

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Sam van Zweden

Sam van Zweden is a Melbourne-based writer interested in memory, food, mental health and...

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Ann Vickery

Ann Vickery is Senior Lecturer in Literary Studies at Deakin University. She is the...

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Eve Vincent

Eve Vincent is a senior lecturer in the Department of Anthropology, Macquarie University. She is...

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w: Wallace — Wyld

Joy Wallace

Joy Wallace teaches and researches in the Faculty of Arts and Education at Charles...

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Deb Waterhouse-Watson

Deb Waterhouse-Watson is an Associate Lecturer in Media, Communications and Literary Studies at Monash...

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Rachael Weaver

Rachael Weaver is an ARC Research Fellow in English at the University of Melbourne....

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Gloria Wekker

Gloria Wekker is an Afro-Dutch cultural anthropologist with specialisations in gender studies, sexuality, African American studies, and Caribbean studies.

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Simon West

Simon West is a poet and Italianist, and honourary fellow in the School of...

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Rae White

Rae White is a non-binary transgender poet, writer and zinester. Their poetry collection Milk...

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Terri-ann White

Terri-ann White has been published since the late 1980s, has taught writing in the...

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Jessica White

Jessica White is the author of A Curious Intimacy and Entitlement. Her short stories,...

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Alice Whitmore

Alice Whitmore is the Pushcart Prize and Mascara Avant-garde Award-nominated translator of Mariana Dimópulos’s Imminence and All My Goodbyes,...

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Alison Whittaker

Alison Whittaker is a Gomeroi poet and essayist, and author of Lemons in the...

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Michael Wilding

is emeritus professor of English and Australian literature at the University of Sydney. His...

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Bill Wilkie

Bill Wilkie’s first book, The Daintree Blockade: the Battle for Australia’s Tropical Rainforests, won...

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Kim Wilkins

Kim Wilkins is an Associate Professor in Writing and Publishing at University of Queensland,...

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Jessica Wilkinson

Jessica Wilkinson is Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing at RMIT University, Melbourne, and the...

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Michael Williams

Michael Williams is an historian of the Chinese diaspora and is a founding member...

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Michael Williams

Michael Williams graduated from Hong Kong University, is a scholar of Chinese-Australian history and...

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Jason Wilson

Jason Wilson is a Guardian Australia columnist, and a freelance journalist and photographer who...

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Rita Wilson

Rita Wilson is an Associate Professor in the School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics...

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Charlotte Wood

Charlotte Wood is editor of The Writer’s Room Interviews magazine and the author of...

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Danielle Wood

Danielle Wood is the author of the novel The Alphabet of Light and Dark, the...

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Robert Wood

Robert Wood is interested in philosophy, history, language, poetry and food. He was born...

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Cameron Woodhead

Cameron Woodhead is an Australian critic and arts journalist. He is a regular book columnist and senior theatre...

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Georgina Woods

Georgina Woods is a poet and environmental activist living and working on Worimi and...

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Margaret Woodward & Justy Phillips

Artists, writers and publishers, Justy Phillips and Margaret Woodward are based in Hobart, Tasmania....

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Alexis Wright

Alexis Wright is a member of the Waanyi nation of the southern highlands of the...

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Ed Wright

Ed Wright is an author, critic, editor and lapsed academic. He has published two...

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Fiona Wright

Fiona Wright is a writer from Sydney. Her collection of essays Small Acts of...

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Karen Wyld

Karen Wyld is a consultant, freelance writer and author of Aboriginal descent (Martu) living...

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x: Xiaoqiong — Xiaoqiong

Zheng Xiaoqiong

Zheng Xiaoqiong (郑小琼) was born in 1980 in Nanchong, Sichuan. In 2001 she left...

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y: Yan — Yunn-Yu Sun

Mo Yan

Mo Yan was born in Shandong in 1955. He began to publish works in...

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Ashleigh Young

Ashleigh Young is an essayist and poet, and an editor at Victoria University Press....

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Christine Yunn-Yu Sun

Born in Taiwan and now based in Melbourne, Christine Yunn-Yu Sun is a bilingual...

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