Elisabeth Hanscombe


Elisabeth Hanscombe, who has been driving her own car for over thirty years, is a psychologist and writer.

She has published a number of short stories and essays in literary and psychotherapy journals and magazines.

She is an adjunct research associate at the Swinburne Institute for Social Research and blogs at sixthinline.blogspot


In my father’s house

MemoirTHERE WAS NO sign on the door of my parents' bedroom that said 'keep out', but I knew it was not a place to visit, at least not for long. There was a smell to the room, of stale...

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