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Eden Liddelow Eden Liddelow i(A13778 works by) (a.k.a. Eden B. Liddelow)
Born: Established: Melbourne, Victoria, ;
Gender: Female
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Eden Liddelow is a widely published essayist on literature, culture and society, a writer of fiction and poetry, and more recently, a translator. She worked in research at the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations in London before teaching literature, applied linguistics and creative writing at RMIT, the University of Melbourne and Deakin University.

Liddelow has many community interests and has chaired the Victorian Council of the ABC. Her recreational activities include playing the piano, being by the sea and observing honeyeaters. Liddelow has made her home in the Melbourne suburb of St Kilda, although her interest in France takes her there regularly. She has translated from the French Charles Rojzman's How To Live Together: A New Way of Dealing with Racism and Violence (1999).

Liddelow is the daughter of Marjorie Law (q.v.)

Most Referenced Works

Personal Awards

2004 Literature Board Grants Skills and Arts Development Individuals Six-month residency at the Keesing Studio, Paris, 1 August 2005 - 31 January 2006
2004 Literature Board Grants Grants for Developing Writers

Awards for Works

y separately published work icon The Quarantine Station : A Novel Elsternwick : Ackland Press , 1998 Z114331 1998 single work novel historical fiction
1998 shortlisted NBC Angus & Robertson Bookworld Prize
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