Lois Calvert is a Tasmanian born writer and educator who now lives in Canberra.
She has taught writing and literature in ACT high schools and secondary colleges, and has been a tutor with the Adult Migrant English Service.
She has previously published The Johnsons of Castle Hill: The story of a Tasmanian family, which is now out of print. An online version should become available in 2015.
She is currently working on a book of essays built around the experience of the displaced Norfolk Islanders sent to Van Diemen’s Land in 1808.
She has also written about her experience as the mother of a son with Down Syndrome.
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