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Danielle Wood

Senior Lecturer, English

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Tasmanian writer Dr Danielle Wood doesn't just love fairytales, she occasionally feels like she's living in one. For her PhD thesis in English literature, Dr Wood wrote a novel. The Alphabet of Light and Dark did more than impress the academics that examined her thesis; it won the prestigious Vogel Literary Prize in 2002 and the Dobbie Award in 2004. The Vogel Prize is the most significant prize for emerging writers in Australia.

The fairytale rise of one of Australia’s best-loved authors: life as a writer in the magical island state.

'It was a bit of a fairytale, really,' Dr Wood said. 'I've described it as 'the full Cinderella' because it really was the ideal first break.'

Since then, Dr Wood has judged the Vogel Prize twice and published an impressive stream of work.

'I love fairytales,' said Dr Wood. 'I use their structures to tell very contemporary stories.'

Dr Wood's short fiction collection, Rosie Little's Cautionary Tales for Girls, has been hugely successful. Mothers Grimm comprises four long stories with fairytale themes and a darker reality. The four stories, which use elements from 'Rapunzel', 'Hansel and Gretel', 'Briar Rose' and 'The Goose Girl', highlight the grim side of motherhood as women try and fail to live up to impossible expectations.

When Dr Wood collaborates with fellow Tasmanian writer Heather Rose, they write under the pen name 'Angelica Banks'. Tuesday McGillycuddy is the main character in their children's novels Finding Serendipity, A Week Without Tuesday and the forthcoming Blueberry Pancakes Forever. The trilogy has been published internationally and is a runaway success. See more at www.daniellewood.com.au

Dr Wood combines her publishing career with her academic career as a lecturer in English at the University of Tasmania. She reflects on her writing process and shares this with her students.

'A movie that's special to me is Dead Poet's Society,' said Dr Wood. 'I'm fond of the part where Mr Keating, a teacher played by Robin Williams, tells his students that medicine, law, business and engineering are noble pursuits, but that poetry, beauty, romance, love: these are what we stay alive for.'

'I couldn't agree more. I'm glad the other disciplines exist. They're a bit like the cake, but the arts are the best part: the icing.'

One thing Dr Wood has learned about writing is that it takes a lot of time. Three mornings a week she starts writing at 4am while her three children are sound asleep.

'I'm not naturally an early riser,' said Dr Wood. 'But when I start writing at 4am, my brain is in a liminal space. I can catch myself just coming out of a dream.'

Dr Wood has found that helping her students solve problems in their writing helps her with her own craft. She tries to make her classroom a 'boutique experience' where the teaching is tailored to individual students, and she feels privileged to be involved in the uncovering of new talent.

'I don't find any shortage of talent,' said Dr Wood. 'My third year students recently did a public reading of their work in Hobart. They received a fabulous reception.

'It was lovely to see the work they'd put so much time and energy into received so well. I find this very rewarding.'

Dr Wood loves Tasmania. The beautiful island could be the setting for a fairytale. According to her, 'it is the best place in the world to be a writer.'

'We live in an extraordinary place that is so full of stories,' said Dr Wood. 'Hobart has some of the best independent bookshops anywhere in the world and a fantastic, committed reading community.

Tasmania has an incredibly rich repertoire of myths and stories to draw on. It's fascinating to see how our bedrock stories get reinvented over time. I feel deeply and profoundly Tasmanian. I couldn't imagine wanting to live anywhere else.'

Dr Danielle Wood is a Senior Lecturer in English in the School of Humanities. She attained her PhD at Edith Cowan University in Western Australia. Her thesis included the novel The Alphabet of Light and Dark, which won the prestigious Vogel Literary Prize in 2002 and the Dobbie Award in 2004. Dr Wood was a judge for the 2013 and 2014 Vogel Literary Prize. In 2004 and 2007, the Sydney Morning Herald named Dr Wood one of their Best Young Novelists of the Year.

Dr Wood writes fiction and non-fiction for both adults and children. Her works include Rosie Little's Cautionary Tales for Girls, Mothers Grimm and Housewife Superstar: the very best of Marjorie Bligh. Dr Wood has collaborated with fellow Tasmanian writer Heather Rose, under the pen name 'Angelica Banks', to produce a trilogy of adventure stories featuring a young writer, Tuesday McGillycuddy; Finding Serendipity, A Week Without Tuesday and Blueberry Pancakes Forever have been published in Australia, Germany and the USA.

Career summary

Qualifications

DegreeTitle of ThesisUniversityCountryAwarded
PhDEnglishEdith Cowan UniversityAustralia2003
BA (Hons)EnglishUniversity of TasmaniaAustralia1993

Teaching

Creative writing

Teaching responsibility

Danielle teaches creative writing at 100, 200 and 300 levels, as part of the undergraduate English program. She supervises creative writing projects at Honours, Masters and PhD.

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Expertise

Danielle's major publications are:

  • The Alphabet of Light and Dark (2003), winner of The Australian/Vogel's Literary Prize 2002, Dobbie Award 2004, nominated for the Dublin IMPAC Award, commended in the Fellowship of Australian Writers Christina Stead Award, shortlisted for Best First Book in the Commonwealth Writers Prize, winner of Sydney Morning Herald Best Young Novelist Award 2004.
  • Rosie Little's Cautionary Tales for Girls (2006), winner of Sydney Morning Herald Best Young Novelist Award 2007. Published in the USA, translated into Italian and Russian.
  • Housewife Superstar: the very best of Marjorie Bligh (2011), shortlisted for 'The Nib' Award for excellence in research, 2012. Published in the USA, translated into Dutch.
  • Mothers Grimm (2014)
  • In collaboration with Heather Rose, Danielle is 'Angelica Banks', author of the Tuesday McGillycuddy trilogy for children (Finding Serendipity, 2013, A Week Without Tuesday, 2015, Blueberry Pancakes Forever, 2016). The trilogy is published in the USA and translated into German.

Research Themes

Danielle's research aligns with the University's research theme of Creativity, Culture and Society.

Awards

  • Alex Buzo Prize, for being included in the Nib Award Shortlist, 2012
  • Sydney Morning Herald Best Young Novelist, 2004 & 2007
  • Dobbie Award, 2004
  • Nominated for Dublin IMPAC Award, 2005
  • Highly commended FAW Christina Stead Award, 2004
  • The Australian/Vogel Award 2002
  • Famine Commemorative Literary Prize, 1999

Current projects

Her research interests include creative writing, fairy tale adaptation, the literature of Tasmania and writing about place.

Fields of Research

  • Creative Writing (incl. Playwriting) (190402)
  • Australian Literature (excl. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Literature) (200502)
  • Professional Writing (190302)
  • Studies in the Creative Arts and Writing (199999)
  • Visual Cultures (190104)
  • Cultural Studies (200299)
  • Art Theory and Criticism (190199)
  • English Language (200302)
  • Literary Studies (200599)
  • Film and Television (190204)

Research Objectives

  • Languages and Literature (950203)
  • The Creative Arts (incl. Graphics and Craft) (950104)
  • Arts and Leisure (950199)
  • Music (950101)
  • Communication (950299)
  • Cultural Understanding (959999)
  • Expanding Knowledge through Studies of the Creative Arts and Writing (970119)

Publications

Deep South Danielle publishes short fiction and essays in literary journals including Island and Griffith Review.

With Professor Ralph Crane, she co-edited Deep South: Stories from Tasmania (2012).

Total publications

66

Highlighted publications

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2011Major Creative WorkWood D, 'Housewife Superstar: The Very Best of Marjorie Bligh', Text Publishing Company, Melbourne, 1st edition, pp. 256 (2011) [Published Creative Work]

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2011Other Creative WorkWood DE, 'None of the Above', Island Magazine Inc., Hobart, pp. 126-132 (2011) [Minor Creative Work]

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2010Other Creative WorkWood DE, 'The Farmer', Text Publishing Company, South Brisbane, pp. 6 (2010) [Minor Creative Work]

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2009Other Creative WorkWood DE, 'The Disappointment', Griffith University, Brisbane, pp. 11 (2009) [Minor Creative Work]

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2009Other Creative WorkWood DE, 'How to Domesticate a Pirate', Sydney University Press, Sydney, pp. 3 (2009) [Minor Creative Work]

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2006Major Creative WorkWood DE, 'Rosie Little's Cautionary Tales for Girls', Allen & Unwin, Crows Nest, NSW, 1, pp. 259 (2006) [Published Creative Work]

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2003Major Creative WorkWood DE, 'The Alphabet of Light and Dark', Allen & Unwin, Australia, 1, pp. 338 (2003) [Published Creative Work]

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Journal Article

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2019Wood D, 'Ambiguous (by) nature: writing Baba Yaga and the Tasmanian Devil', Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment pp. 1-12. ISSN 1076-0962 (2019) [Refereed Article]

DOI: 10.1093/isle/isz068 [eCite] [Details]

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2019Wood D, 'Writing Baba Yaga into the Tasmanian Bush', Marvels and Tales, 33, (1) pp. 157-164. ISSN 1521-4281 (2019) [Refereed Article]

DOI: 10.13110/marvelstales.33.1.0157 [eCite] [Details]

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2019Wood D, 'Excerpt from The House on Legs', Marvels and Tales, 33, (1) pp. 1-6. ISSN 1521-4281 (2019) [Contribution to Refereed Journal]

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2017Wood D, 'The Blackaby Road', Text, (Special Issue 43) pp. 1-8. ISSN 1327-9556 (2017) [Refereed Article]

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2017Wood D, 'Strategic, stylistic and notional intertextuality: Fairy tales in contemporary Australian fiction', Text, (43) pp. 1-12. ISSN 1327-9556 (2017) [Refereed Article]

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2016Crane R, Wood D, 'Three Tales for Emmie: Joan Wise's Forgotten Tasmanian Triptych', Antipodes, 30, (1) Article 8. ISSN 0893-5580 (2016) [Refereed Article]

DOI: 10.13110/antipodes.30.1.0103 [eCite] [Details]

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2015Wood D, 'Australia's forgotten fairy tale: Alan Marshall's Whispering in the Wind', The Looking Glass : New Perspectives on Children's Literature, 18, (1) pp. 1-6. ISSN 1551-5680 (2015) [Refereed Article]

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2014Wood DE, 'Goldie Roth unchained: risk and its management in Lian Tanner's Museum of Thieves', Barnboken - tidskrift for barnlitteraturforskning / Barnboken - Journal of Children's Literature Research, 37 pp. 1-11. ISSN 2000-4389 (2014) [Refereed Article]

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2011Wood D, Burgess E, 'An unsigned and undated portrait: Unravelling the mystery of four children of Joseph Tice Gellibrand', Kanunnah, 4 pp. 26-47. ISSN 1832-536X (2011) [Refereed Article]

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2008Wood DE, 'Writing Tasmania's Different Soul', Island Studies Journal, 3, (2) pp. 153-162. ISSN 1715-2593 (2008) [Refereed Article]

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Book

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2018Crane R, Wood D, 'Island Story: Tasmania in Object and Text', The Text Publishing Company, Melbourne, pp. 256. ISBN 9781925603965 (2018) [Edited Book]

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2012Crane RJ, Wood DE, 'Deep South: Stories from Tasmania', The Text Publishing Company, Melbourne, pp. 330. ISBN 9781922079022 (2012) [Edited Book]

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2012Wood DE, 'Marjorie Bligh's HOME: Hints on Managing Everything', The Text Publishing Company, Melbourne, pp. 260. ISBN 9781922079077 (2012) [Edited Book]

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2011Dermer A, Wood DE, 'A Hostile Beauty: Life on Macquarie Island', Melbourne UP, Melbourne, pp. 240. ISBN 9780522855043 (2011) [Authored Other Book]

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Chapter in Book

(3 outputs)
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2019Wood D, 'Renegotiating Once Upon a Time': Fairy tales in contemporary Australian writing', The Fairy Tale World, Routledge, A Teverson (ed), Oxon, pp. 378-388. ISBN 9781138217577 (2019) [Research Book Chapter]

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2018Wood D, 'I'll Eat You Up', Dangerous Ideas About Mothers, UWA Publishing, C Nelson and R Robertson (ed), Crawley, Western Australia, pp. 187-196. ISBN 9781742589909 (2018) [Research Book Chapter]

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2012Crane RJ, Wood DE, 'Introduction', Deep South: Stories from Tasmania, The Text Publishing Company, Ralph Crane and Danielle Wood (ed), Melbourne, pp. 330. ISBN 9781922079022 (2012) [Other Book Chapter]

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Review

(3 outputs)
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2007Wood DE, 'Nonfiction', Island , 109 pp. 59-. (2007) [Review Single Work]

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2006Wood DE, 'On the Cusp', Australian Book Review, 279 pp. 6-. (2006) [Other Review]

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2005Wood DE, 'Reivew of Carnivorous Nights', Australian Book Review, 274, (September) pp. 29. (2005) [Review Single Work]

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Major Creative Work

(19 outputs)
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2017Wood D, 'The Blackaby Road', Text, Australia, Special Issue 43, pp. 1-8 (2017) [Published Creative Work]

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2016Wood D, Rose H, 'Blueberry pancakes forever: A Tuesday McGillycuddy Adventure', Allen and Unwin, Crows Nest, NSW, 1, pp. 321 (2016) [Published Creative Work]

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2016Wood D, Rose H, 'A Week Without Tuesday: A Tuesday McGillycuddy Adventure (USA edition)', Henry Holt, United States, 1, pp. 379 (2016) [Revision/New Edition]

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2016Wood D, Rose H, 'Finding Serendipity (USA paperback edition)', Square Fish, United States, 2, pp. 288 (2016) [Revision/New Edition]

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2016Wood D, Rose H, 'Tuesday und der Zauber des Anfangs (German edition)', Magellan, Germany, 1, pp. 239 (2016) [Revision/New Edition]

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2015Wood D, Rose H, 'Tuesday und der Ruf des Silberfadens (German edition)', Magellan, Germany, 1, pp. 287 (2015) [Revision/New Edition]

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2015Wood D, Rose H, 'Finding Serendipity (USA hardback edition)', Henry Holt, United States, 1, pp. 282 (2015) [Revision/New Edition]

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2015Wood DE, Rose H, 'A week without Tuesday: A Tuesday McGillycuddy Adventure', Allen and Unwin, New South Wales, Australia, 1, pp. 400 (2015) [Published Creative Work]

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2014Wood DE, 'Mothers Grimm', Allen and Unwin, Crows Nest, NSW, Australia, 1, pp. 224 (2014) [Published Creative Work]

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2013Wood D, 'Housewife Superstar', Faber and Faber Inc, New York, 2 (first American edition), pp. 212 (2013) [Published Creative Work]

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2013Wood D, 'Housewife Superstar: Advice (and much more) from a Nonagenarian Domestic Goddess (USA edition)', Faber and Faber, United States, 1, pp. 211 (2013) [Revision/New Edition]

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2013Wood DE, Rose H, 'Finding Serendipity: A Tuesday McGillycuddy Adventure', Allen & Unwin, Crow's Nest, NSW, 1, pp. 282 (2013) [Published Creative Work]

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2012Wood D, 'Van die dingwen Tips van een huisvrouw-superster', Auteursfoto Text Publishing, Amsterdam, 3 (1st Dutch), pp. 256 (2012) [Published Creative Work]

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2011Wood D, 'Housewife Superstar: The Very Best of Marjorie Bligh', Text Publishing Company, Melbourne, 1st edition, pp. 256 (2011) [Published Creative Work]

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2009Wood D, 'Pugalki dli︢a︡ baryshen' : ne dli︢a︡ khoroshikh devochek (Russian Edition Rosie Little's Cautionary Tales for Girls )', Ripol Klassik, Russia, 1, pp. 317 (2009) [Revision/New Edition]

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2007Wood D, 'Rosie Little's Cautionary Tales for Girls (USA edition)', MacAdam Cage, United States, 4, pp. 253 (2007) [Revision/New Edition]

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2007Wood DE, 'Le Dodici Perle de Saggezza di Rosie Little', Alet Edizioni, Italy, 1st, pp. 227 (2007) [Published Creative Work]

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2006Wood DE, 'Rosie Little's Cautionary Tales for Girls', Allen & Unwin, Crows Nest, NSW, 1, pp. 259 (2006) [Published Creative Work]

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2003Wood DE, 'The Alphabet of Light and Dark', Allen & Unwin, Australia, 1, pp. 338 (2003) [Published Creative Work]

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Other Creative Work

(22 outputs)
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2019Wood D, 'Becoming Minnie Darke', Island Magazine Inc., Hobart, Tasmania, pp. 26-32 (2019) [Minor Creative Work]

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2018Wood D, 'Go Fish', Black Inc., Carlton, Vic, pp. 92-104 (2018) [Minor Creative Work]

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2013Wood D, 'Hotel Royale on Liverpool', Griffith Review 39, Griffith University, Brisbane, pp. 147-156 (2013) [Minor Creative Work]

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2013Wood DE, 'The Good Mother', Griffith Review, Griffith University, Brisbane, pp. 8 (2013) [Minor Creative Work]

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2012Wood D, 'The Point', GEON, Tasmania, pp. 83-94 (2012) [Minor Creative Work]

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2011Wood D, 'Writing (Old + New) Tasmania', GEON, Tasmania, pp. 13-21 (2011) [Minor Creative Work]

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2011Wood DE, 'None of the Above', Island Magazine Inc., Hobart, pp. 126-132 (2011) [Minor Creative Work]

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2010Wood DE, 'The Farmer', Marilyn McMeniman, Brisbane (2010) [Minor Creative Work]

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2010Wood DE, 'Elephantiasis', South Australian Film Corporation, Melbourne (2010) [Minor Creative Work]

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2010Wood DE, 'The Farmer', Text Publishing Company, South Brisbane, pp. 6 (2010) [Minor Creative Work]

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2009Wood DE, 'The Disappointment', Griffith University, Brisbane, pp. 11 (2009) [Minor Creative Work]

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2009Wood DE, 'How to Domesticate a Pirate', Sydney University Press, Sydney, pp. 3 (2009) [Minor Creative Work]

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2008Wood DE, 'The Arabesques of Paradox', Island Magazine, Hobart, pp. 7 (2008) [Minor Creative Work]

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2008Wood DE, 'The Housewife', Affirm Press, Mulgrave, pp. 11 (2008) [Minor Creative Work]

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2007Wood DE, 'What You Wish For', Penguin, Camberwell, Vic., pp. 10 (2007) [Minor Creative Work]

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2007Wood DE, 'Fear of Flying', The Five Mile Press, Rowville, Vic., pp. 8 (2007) [Minor Creative Work]

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2007Wood DE, 'Internet moze d ate ubije (The Internet Can Kill you)', Cultural Centre of Novi Sad, Novi Sad, pp. 4 (2007) [Minor Creative Work]

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2006Wood DE, 'Fear of Flying', ACP Magazines Ltd, Sydney, pp. 2 (2006) [Minor Creative Work]

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2005Wood DE, 'The True Daughter', pp. 6 pages (2005) [Minor Creative Work]

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2005Wood DE, ''The True Daughter', The Best Australian Stories 2005, ed. Frank Moorhouse', Black Inc. Books, Melbourne, pp. 12 (2005) [Minor Creative Work]

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2003Wood DE, ''Elephantiasis', The Best Australian Stories 2003, ed. Peter Craven', Black Inc. Books, Melbourne, pp. 14 (2003) [Minor Creative Work]

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2003Wood DE, ''The Devil and the Deep Too-Hard Basket', The Best Australian Essays 2003, ed. Peter Craven', Black Inc. Books, Melbourne, pp. 10 (2003) [Minor Creative Work]

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Thesis

(1 outputs)
YearCitationAltmetrics
2003Wood DE, 'The Alphabet of Light and Dark: A Novel and Accompanying Essay' (2003) [PhD]

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Other Public Output

(4 outputs)
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2016Wood D, 'Blessing', Island Magazine, Hobart, 145 (2016) [Magazine Article]

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2011Wood DE, 'In Search of the Gellibrands', Art Monthly Australia, Art Monthly Australia Pty. Ltd., Australia, March, 237, pp. 44-46. (2011) [Magazine Article]

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2010Wood DE, 'Having a Word', 40 South, Tasmania, 57 (2010) [Magazine Article]

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2007Wood DE, 'The Shipwreck Coast', Australian Geographic, The Journal of the Australian Geographic Society, Australia, Jul-Sep. (2007) [Magazine Article]

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Grants & Funding

Funding Summary

Number of grants

2

Total funding

$31,000

Projects

Beyond the Frame: Reading and Writing the Multiple Narratives of Four Children of Joseph Tice Gellibrand (2008)$6,000
Funding
University of Tasmania ($6,000)
Scheme
Grant-Institutional Research Scheme
Administered By
University of Tasmania
Research Team
Wood DE
Year
2008
Of a Feather (2004)$25,000
Funding
The Australia Council ($25,000)
Scheme
Emerging Writer's Grant
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N/A
Research Team
Wood DE
Year
2004

Research Supervision

Current

7

Completed

7

Current

DegreeTitleCommenced
PhDCovens and Competition: Addressing narratives of female rivalry through autoethnographic creative nonfiction2018
PhDPropaganda: A Novel and theoretical reflection on fact, fiction, truth, lies, history, memory, forgetting and loss, based on the work of an early twentieth century journalist and the attempts of a later generation to reconstruct his life and times for their own, often conflicting purposes2018
PhDLife After her Legacy: An investigation into the handmade collection of Marjorie Bligh and how craft promotes a sense of purpose, belonging, and community connection2018
PhDA PostJungian/Psychoanalytic Feminist Critique of Contemporary Domestic Noir Fiction2018
MastersA Tiger's Leap into the Past: Seeing through genre, feeling through history and culture2018
PhDReimagining Tasmanias Briseis Dam Disaster: Enriching historical fiction through ethnographic and oral history research2018
PhDFeral Felines: cats and cat ladies in entangled worlds2020

Completed

DegreeTitleCompleted
PhDParis Savages, a novel, and accompanying exegesis: "Human zoos" and their aftermath - an examination of the archive and the place for fiction
Candidate: Katherine Jane Johnson
2019
PhDWriting the Nonhuman: The Octopus and I Anthropomorphism and Posthumanism in narrative
Candidate: Erin Grace Hortle
2018
PhDWriting Islamic Migration
Candidate: Christy Maree Collins
2018
MastersGenre Theory and the Practice of Genre Fiction: A tightrope in the dark
Candidate: Launz Ty Burch
2015
MastersMusic as Muse: Excerpt of Earworm, a Novel, Plus an Accompanying Exegesis: Will Bunny Stay Dead? : the Unreconstructed Male in Grinderman and The Death of Bunny Munro
Candidate: Colin Mark Varney
2015
MastersDefying Defoe: Rewriting the Castaway Hero
Candidate: Ursula Horlock
2013
Masters"According to the Fair Play of the World Let Me Have Audience": Reading Convict Life-Narratives of Van Diemen's Land
Candidate: Ruth Thomas
2008