Entered the Helen Anne Bell Poetry Awards for a first published collection by a woman.
'Healing Powers' continued.
Began a new essay, 'Pain in a time of Covid', about having Shingles.
'A genetic Unitarian,' an essay, published in the Journal of the Historical Society of South Australia, no 47.
'Joan Sutherland,' published in Meanjin, Summer.
Continued the novel, 'Healing Powers'.
Essay on #metoo 'Put your hand in my pocket' sent off to find a home.
Latest novel 'Entertaining Strangers' out looking for a publisher.
A new novel, 'Healing Powers' well underway.
Writing a new novel, 'Entertaining Strangers'
And a new essay, ' A genetic Unitarian' .
'Wire, and again wire,' new essay accepted by Antipodes for 2017.
'Feeling exile' essay in Island, December 2016.
New suite of four poems about Port Willunga, 3 September 2016 in The Weekend Australian.
Finishing a new essay. Finishing a novel. Writing poetry.
With fellow writers, Georgia Blain and Dorothy Johnston I judged the Barbara Jefferis Award:
The Nature Conservancy Australia Essay Prize
In March 2013 I was short-listed and commended for this essay prize in nature writing for my essay, 'Flaneur in Canterbury'.
Read it here:
Novel in draft: 'The flight into Egypt'
Monologue for 'When the dreams'
Monologue for a short experimental film by Felix Barbalet, 'When the dreams' which was shortlisted and publicly screened in March 2011 as part of the Lights! Canberra! Action! festival.