Heather Taylor Johnson

Heather Taylor Johnson is an American-Australian writer living in Adelaide. She is the author of two novels—Pursuing Love and Death (HarperCollins, 2013) and Jean Harley was Here (UQP, 2017)—and four books of poetry. Meanwhile, the Oak is her latest collection (Five Islands Press, 2016). She was poetry editor for Wet Ink magazine from 2005-11 and for Transnational Literature from 2012-17. Heather is the editor of the new anthology Shaping the Fractured Self: Poetry of Chronic Illness and Pain (UWAP, 2017). heathertaylorjohnson.com

The Remission Society: Writing & Chronic Illness Panel Thur 24 Aug 230-330pm INFO

Shaping the Fractured Self: Book Launch Thur 24 Aug 4-5pm INFO

Jacaranda Street: Poetry Reading Fri 25 Aug 430pm Judith Wright Screening Room, free