Julienne van Loon

Julienne van Loon’s first novel, Road Story, won The Australian/Vogel’s Award in 2004. Her later works, Beneath the Bloodwood Tree (2008) and Harmless (2013) were published to wide critical acclaim. Julienne directed Curtin University’s Creative Writing program for many years. She is now a Vice Chancellor’s Research Fellow with non/fictionLab at RMIT University where she is working on a new book in the genre of feminist popular philosophy and a novel that engages with stories of early Chinese Buddhist nuns. Julienne is a Director at the Australian Society of Authors, and an associate editor at TEXT journal. Julienne's graduate research students have been widely published and awarded across many genres.

Member Since: 11/1/2012

Country: Australia


Workplace: university

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