Professor Catherine Cole is Professor of Creative Writing and Deputy Dean, Faculty of Creative Arts, Wollongong University, NSW, Australia. Professor Cole previously worked at RMIT University in Melbourne, The University of Technology, Sydney and The University of UNSW. She has academic relationships with the University of East Anglia, Norwich and the Writers Centre, Norwich and the Iowa Writers Workshop as well as universities in Vietnam. She reviews the writing and creative arts programs of universities in Australia and internationally. She also advises tertiary and secondary institutions about teaching and learning in the creative arts.
Home, The Best Australian Short Stories (2011)
Home, Meanjin (2010)
Long Live Peace, The Perfume River: An Anthology of Writing from Vietnam (2010)
Her Annotated Hair, Trunk: Hair (2009)
The Poet Who Forgot, UWA Press (2008)
Non Fiction Books
Productive Creative Writers' Relationships: A Communities-of-Practice Framework, New Writing: the international journal for the practice and theory of creative writing (2012)
The article explores memory and postmemory in Vietnam post the Vietnam War.
Learning to Write, Griffith Review (2009)
A few months ago an article by the distinguished American author and academic Louis Menand...