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North Of Nowhere South Of Loss
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I live at the desiccating edge of things, on the dividing line between two countries, nowhere, everywhere, in the margins.

Janette Turner Hospital’s stories have won widespread international acclaim for their dazzling style, intellectual depth and crackling energy. Her characters oscillate between estrangement and a sense of belonging, as Hospital herself has suffered geographical displacement from the Deep North of Australia to the Deep South of the United States.

Seven of these fourteen stories were included in the ‘North of Nowhere’ section of Collected Stories (UQP 1995). Seven, including ‘South of Loss’ are published here in book form for the first time.

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Janette Turner Hospital

Janette Turner Hospital

Janette Turner Hospital grew up in Queensland and was educated there. Since her post-graduate degrees in Canada, she has taught in universities in Canada, Australia, England, France and the United States. She has won a number of prizes for her eight novels and four short-story collections, which have been published in numerous languages. In 2003, she won the Queensland Premier’s Literary Award and the Patrick White Award, and received a Doctor of Letters honoris causa from The University of Queensland. She is Carolina Distinguished Professor Emerita at the University of South Carolina, where she taught for twelve years. In 2010, she was a visiting professor at Columbia University in New York and is currently Adjunct Professor at The University of Queensland.