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Donna Mazza is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Arts and Humanities and coordinates the Arts program at the South West Campus.
Donna Mazza is a senior lecturer and co-ordinator of the South West arts program. With qualifications in English and Writing, she teaches across both disciplines. Her research includes speculative environmental fiction and Australian Gothic in response to place. She is author of Fauna (Allen & Unwin, 2020) and The Albanian (Fremantle Press, 2007), which received the TAG Hungerford Award. Her stories have recently been published in KYD New Australian Fiction 2020 and Westerly. She has written for The Conversation, Science-Write-Now and Antipodes on kangaroos, swearing and science in Australian literature. She was recipient of Patricia Hackett Prize, Mick Dark Flagship Fellowship for Environmental Writing and Tyrone Guthrie International Exchange to Ireland 2021. She was researcher and author on public art projects, at Busselton Jetty, City of Vincent wetlands and Wardandi Boodjar at Koombana Bay in Bunbury. She is active as judge, author and presenter in visual art and writing. She supervises students in writing and literature and some have published novels from their research.
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