Melbourne-based Glenys Osborne began her career as a proofreader in typesetting tradehouses and later became managing editor at Macmillan Education and then at Thomson Learning (now Cengage). Osborne went on to work as a freelance editor and has taught editing in RMIT's MA in Communications course.
Source: Victorian Society of Editors website, http://www.socedvic.org/ Sighted: 17/09/2008
'A ship is wrecked in 1887 near the small country town of Colego. The sea throws up one troubled survivor who claims to know only her name.
'Glenys Osborne's compelling first novel traces the impact of the loss of the Lucy on the town of Colego and how the tidal pull of this event shapes and disturbs those who come after.' (From the publisher's website.)