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Rachel Franks Rachel Franks i(A145454 works by)
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Coordinator, Scholarship, at the State Library of New South Wales (since 2014), and a Conjoint Fellow at The University of Newcastle, Australia (since 2014).

Franks holds a PhD in Australian crime fiction from the University of Central Queensland and a PhD in true crime narratives from The University of Sydney. She also has undergraduate degrees from the University of Technology, Sydney and Charles Sturt University and masters degrees from Central Queensland University and the University of Canberra.

She has published widely on crime fiction, true crime, information science, and popular culture.

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2016 winner Australasian Association of Writing Programs Awards Postgraduate Prize : Theoretical Stream for 'Stealing Stories: Punishment, Profit and the Ordinary of Newgate'.
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