Joy Wallace, from Charles Sturt University, Australia, teaches and researches in the fields of Australian women’s literature and feminist approaches to literary studies. She has published several articles on Australian women writers of the 1930s-1970s, most recently, “Modern Man and the War at Home: Eleanor Dark’s The Little Company (1945) in War, Gender and Reflective Australia, edited by Joy Wallace and Christine Jennett, Independent Scholars Association of Australia (ISAA) Review, 2021, vol.17, no.2 and vol. 18, no.1. With John O’Carroll, she has published on the distinguished Australian poet, Judith Wright, most recently, “Beyond Subjectivity: The Appearances of Extinction in Judith Wright’s Fourth Quarter (1976), Fusion Journal, 2016, Issue 10. She has published five articles on the renowned poet, performer, and multimedia writer, Hazel Smith, most recently, “Discomfort Enacted in Writing: Hazel Smith’s Word Migrants.” Sydney Review of Books, Aug. 2016.