Julienne van Loon's first novel 'Road Story', won the Australian Vogel Award, and was shortlisted for the Commonwealth Writers Prize First Book Award (Asia and Pacific Region) and the West Australian Premier's Book Award for Fiction. Her most recent novel is 'Harmless' (2013). She is currently in China as the 2014 AsiaLink Writer-in-Residence at Peking University.
Julienne has also supervised a number of award-winning postgraduate research students in the creative writing area. Books by Julienne's graduate students include Jacqueline Wright's 'Red Dirt Talking' (Winner of the TAG Hungerford Award), Rachel Robertson's Reaching 'One Thousand' (joint-winner of the Calibre Essay Prize and shortlisted for the National Biography Award), Natasha Lester's 'Things Left Over, After' (winner of the TAG Hungerford Award) and Yvette Walker's 'Letters to the End of Love' (shortlisted for the NSW Premier's New Writing and WA Premier's First Novel awards).