|Present||Adjunct/casual Lecturer in Creative Writing, Southern Cross University ‐ School of Arts and Social Sciences|
|Present||Affiliate in Creative Writing, University of Adelaide|
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Journal articles (42)
Australian wine labels: terroir without the terror Gastronomica: The Journal of Critical Food Studies (2018)
Our sense of history, aesthetics, place, and identity is stimulated by a wine-bottle label. The label offers a small, focused narrative through applied design elements. Labels tell stories, stimulate emotions, and (re)make a culture. Here ...
Abu Ben Bail: a creative writer reads Murray Bail’s archived correspondence Mosaic: An Interdisciplinary Critical Journal (2017)
The archived correspondence of Australian author Murray Bail in the National Library of Australia, along with letters he has sent to others that are held in their archives, enable this portrait of Bail, his contemporaries, ...
On writing [expressing a relation to] dried plant specimens Transformations (2017)
This paper discusses an instance of, or an attempt at, interspecies communication, collaboration, or convocation. I am writing dried specimens in the Southern Cross Plant Science Medicinal Plant Herbarium, Southern Cross University, Australia. Wendy Wheeler ...
Making memories on cloth, or Miss Liberty’s pinafore: a collaboration in textile narrative The Australasian Journal of Popular Culture (2013)
We take a fictocritical approach, shifting between critical and creative discourses, to centre on the process of creating a memory piece, a collaboration in textile narrative between a creative writer and a textile artist. The ...
To see: a literary ecological point of view Text: Journal of Writing and Writing Courses: Writing Creates Ecology: Ecology Creates Writing (2013)
‘An ecologically-informed point of view’, says Wendy Wheeler (2006: 91), is one 'that sees all life, including culture, as naturally co-evolved and interdependent’. We can be unconscious of the fact that we are ‘embodied creatures’ ...