Fiona Morrison is a senior lecturer in the School of the Arts and Media at UNSW Australia. She has published on Australian literature and postcolonial writing more broadly. Her current project is an ARC-funded monograph on Christina Stead’s American years.
University of New South Wales
One evening in December 2015, following a symposium on Christina Stead (‘Re-Discovering Again’), participants and members of the public gathered at the University of New South Wales’s Io Myers Studio for a sold-out writers’ panel. For over an hour the…
Published in New York to muted praise in 1940, The Man Who Loved Children was re-issued in 1965 by Holt, Rinehart and Winston with a long and impassioned introduction by the poet and presiding lion of American literary criticism, Randall…