Dr Lucy Neave
Areas of expertise
- Creative Arts, Media And Communication Curriculum And Pedagogy 130201
- Creative Writing (Incl. Playwriting) 190402
- Performing Arts And Creative Writing 1904
Lucy Neave is the author of Who We Were, a novel published by Text (Melbourne, 2013), which was shortlisted for the ACT Book of the Year Award in 2014. She has published in Best Australian Stories 2009 & 2014, and in Australian and American literary journals, including Overland and Southerly. Her scholarly essays are on fiction writing process, writers' practices and pedagogy. She is the recipient of an Australia Council for the Arts grant, a Varuna Second Book Fellowship and is a former Fulbright scholar.
The Flood is a Flawless Mirror for the Sky: A Novel
Scholarship on representations of animals in contemporary Australian fiction.
Research into how contemporary literary writers, especially emerging writers, support each other through reading each other's work and online networks.
Dr Lucy Neave is available to supervise creative writing PhD projects, especially those comprising a novel or collection of stories and dissertation. She is also available to supervise doctorates in the area of contemporary literature.
As principal supervisor:
'Cold Vision: A Novel' and 'Inspired by the Snow Queen: Subversion, Status Quo and Structure: An Exegesis' (Sara Lyons, 2012) (supervised with Associate Professor Rosanne Kennedy)
'Watching Television with David Foster Wallace': A Novel and Dissertation (Kevin McMorrow, 2012)
'The Machiavellian Political Influence in Epic Fantasy': A Dissertation and Novel (Elizabeth Beaton, 2015)
'The Future of Boredom: A Novel and Dissertation' (Nick Smith, 2015)