Donna Mazza

Donna Mazza is a West Australian author and academic at Edith Cowan University. She is author of two novels: Fauna (Allen & Unwin, 2020), shortlisted for WA Premier's Fellowship and Aurealis Awards' Best Science Fiction novel; and The Albanian (Fremantle Press, 2007), winner of the TAG Hungerford Award. Her speculative 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 Australian literature. She was recipient of the Patricia Hackett Prize, Mick Dark Flagship Fellowship for Environmental Writing at Varuna Writers Centre and Tyrone Guthrie International Exchange to Ireland. Donna's poetry is featured on several public art works in Western Australia, at Busselton Jetty and the iconic "Wardandi Boodjar" on Koombana Bay.

Books
Oct 9, 2021

The forgotten novel from 1915 that cast the mould for lands without men

Authors of feminist dystopia in the mould of Creamerie and The Handmaid’s Tale owe a debt to Herland, published more than 100 years ago.

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