Jane Rawson

Participates in 1 Session
Jane Rawson lives in Tasmania’s Huon Valley and works for the Tasmanian Land Conservancy. Her two novels, From the wreck (2017 Transit Lounge; 2019 Picador UK; longlisted for Miles Franklin award; winner of the Aurealis Award) and A wrong turn at the Office of Unmade Lists (2013; shortlisted for the Aurealis Award) are about humanity’s broken relationship with earth’s other species, and reimagining climate change. She is also the author of a surrealist novella, Formaldehyde (2015), and The Handbook: surviving and living with climate change (2015). Her short fiction and essays have been published widely; most recently, ‘Do we care enough about wild animals to save them from extinction’ was published by lithub.com in the US. She is currently working on a third novel of speculative history about witches and fascists, funded by the Australia Council for the Arts and the Copyright Agency. She tweets as @frippet

Sessions in which Jane Rawson participates

Saturday 1 August, 2020

Time Zone: NZST/(GMT+12:00) Wellington