Authors » Emma Rooksby
Emma Rooksby was born in Perth and now divides her time between Canberra and Wollongong. Her poems have been published in Australian journals and newspapers including Blue Dog, Going Down Swinging, Eureka Street and Famous Reporter. She has a Doctorate of Philosophy from Murdoch University and has worked as a public servant and academic. She currently works at the Australian Agency for International Development in Canberra, and is writing a sequence of poems about eucalypts in her spare time.
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Other Books by this Author
- E-mail and Ethics: Style and Ethical Relations in Computer-Mediated Communication (2002)
- Three Women by Isabelle de Charrière, translated and introduced by Emma Rooksby (2007)
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