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An adjunct lecturer in Creative Writing at Edith Cowan University, Josephine Taylor is also an associate editor for Westerly, a member of the Margaret River Press editorial board, and a reviewer for the Australian Book Review. She holds a PhD (completed 2011). Her short stories have appeared in anthologies and periodicals.

Source: Australian Short Story Festival (2018).

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y separately published work icon Eye of a Rook Fremantle : Fremantle Press , 2021 19857380 2021 single work novel historical fiction

'In both contemporary Perth and nineteenth-century England, a woman is suddenly struck by a mystifying and very private pain. Alice, a writer, and her older husband Duncan, an academic, find their marriage threatened as Alice investigates the history of hysteria, female sexuality and the treatment of the female body, while in 1860s London, Arthur sees his wife suddenly struck by a pain for which she can find no words, forced to endure harmful treatments and reliant on him for guidance.' (Publication summary)

2021 shortlisted Western Australian Premier's Book Awards Premier's Prize for an Emerging Writer
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