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Short Bio

Julienne van Loon is the prizewinning author of three novels and one non-fiction book, and a leading member of the Writing and Publishing program at RMIT University in Melbourne.

Books

The Thinking Woman, New South, 2019 

Harmless, Fremantle Press, 2013 

Beneath the Bloodwood Tree, Allen & Unwin, 2008 

Road Story, Allen & Unwin, 2005 

Selected Shorter Works

Novella

Award-winning fiction forthcoming with Griffith Review, November 2019

Essay

Originally given as a public lecture as part of RMIT's Present Tense series in Melbourne, this developed essay was published in The Sydney Review of Books in April 2017.

Short story

This short story, adapted from one of the Jataka Tales in the Theravada Buddhist canon, was published in the inaugural edition of The Monthly in 2005.

Literary Awards

2019

Griffith Review Novella Project VII

Winner for 'Instructions for a Steep Decline'

2006

Commonwealth Writers Prize First Book Award (Asia & Pacific)

Shortlisted for 'Road Story'

2005

West Australian Premier's Book Award for Fiction

Shortlisted for 'Road Story'

2004

The Australian/Vogel's Award

Winner for 'Road Story'

Selected Fellowships

 

 

Appointed Honorary Fellow in Writing, University of Iowa, 2017.

Appointed Vice Chancellor's Senior Research Fellow, RMIT University, 2015-2019

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