Sue Gillett is a senior lecturer in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at La Trobe University, with research interests in screen and media culture and literary studies. She is the author of Cassandra in Red, (Mark Time Books, 2012), Views from Beyond the Mirror: the Films of Jane Campion, (ATOM, 2004) and editor of Land Lines: An Anthology of Regional Poets, (MPU, 2010).
Sue is also experienced in the artistic direction, management and marketing of festivals and other cultural events. She has been a program co-ordinator for the Bendigo Writers Festival since its inception and received the Vice Chancellor’s Award for this work in 2013.
The 2014 Bendigo Writers Festival runs from August 8 - 10.
Senior Lecturer, La Trobe University
Program Co-ordinator, Bendigo Writers Festival
Artistic Director, Gorgeous Voices festival
Melbourne University, Dip. Ed.
La Trobe University, PhD
From Black Sun to ‘this taste of shadow’: Mourning and the Trace of the Real in Pablo Neruda’s 'Spain in Our Hearts', John Hawkes, Rose Lucas and Ann Vickery (eds), Poetry and the Trace, Puncher & Wattmann
Cassandra in Red, Mark Time Books
Landlines: An Anthology of Regional Poets, Melbourne Poets Union
‘Through Song to Belonging: Music finds its place in Rachel Perkins Radiance and One Night the Moon’, Metro, no.159
Views from Beyond the Mirror: the Films of Jane Campion, ATOM