Erin Hortle is a teacher and writer of essays and fiction.
Her debut novel, The Octopus and I, published by Allen & Unwin in 2020, was shortlisted for UTS Glenda Adams Award for New Writing and longlisted for the Voss Literary Prize.
In ConversationERIN HORTLE: In Tasmania, there is a place where female octopuses emerge from the water and make their way across an isthmus, with a highway running across it, in search of habitat to extrude their eggs. Luckily, on the...
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MemoirIT WAS A strange moment, becoming aware that a school I had attended was classified as ‘disadvantaged’. I was standing on the edge of the water- logged deck of a shack down on Bruny Island and although I was...
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