Susan Varga - Griffith Review

Susan Varga has worked in film and video and briefly as a lawyer. Her first book, Heddy and Me (Bruce Simms, 1994) won the Christina Stead Award for non-fiction and was short-listed for several other awards. It was followed by the novel Happy Families (Hodder Headline, 1999), winner of the Vision Australia Talking Book of the Year and Braille Book of the Year. Then followed the non-fiction book Broometime (Hodder, 2001), co-authored with Anne Coombs. Her most recent novel was Headlong (UWA Press, 2009), which was short-listed for the Barbara Jefferis Award. Rupture (UWA Press, 2016) is her first book of poetry.

Pieces by Susan Varga

Edition 44: Cultural Solutions

Opting out
Edition 17: Staying Alive

The gift of tongues
Edition 6: Our Global Face

Dark times
Edition 24: Participation Society

The silence
Edition 32: Wicked Problems, Exquisite Dilemmas

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