Contributors - N

Janna Nadler

Janna Z. Nadler teaches and is completing a Ph.D. in the English Department at McMaster University (Hamilton, Ontario). She is writing her dissertation on "Children as Resident Aliens in Selected Canadian Immigrant Fiction" (Canadian authors Nino Ricci, Shyam Selvadurai, and Joy Kogawa are of particular interest). In her spare time, Janna maintains a "side" interest in the genre of "monster literature" and has, of late, published an entry on Anne Rice in Contemporary Novelists, 7th Edition, 2001.

Linda Neil

Linda Neil works across a range of artistic disciplines and has written plays, scripts, songs, stories, soundtracks and has toured Australia and Europe with orchestras and rock bands. Her experimental CD The New Passion Club, co produced with indie legend, Ed Kuepper (available at ), was released last year to enthusiastic critical response and much of its accompanying collection of stories, of which Sunflowers is part, has already been published in journals such as Meanjin and Hecate as well as being broadcast on Radio National Airplay. BIT 8


Emma Nelms

Emma is a librarian with a Masters degree in English from the University of Queensland. She is the 'events' section editor at M/C Reviews.

Jason Nelson

Jason Nelson is a Lecturer in digital writing in the School of Arts, Gold Coast campus, Griffith University. He is part of a team working on the Creativity Resource Portal (CRP). Besides creativity, other research interests include: all things New Media/Digital Creation/Net-Art and other terms yet to be created.

Christopher Newell

Christopher Newell, PhD, is Associate Professor in the School of Medicine, University of Tasmania. A person with disability, he has long researched disability and technological systems. His many government and industry roles include being Chair of the Australian Communications Industry Forum Disability Advisory Body and a member of the council of the Australian Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman.

Felicity Newman

Felicity is a Ph.D. candidate researching Dining, Discourse and Diaspora. Her (unpublished) M.A. thesis is titled "Didn't Your Mother Teach You Not to Talk with Your Mouth Full?: Food, Families and Friction". She also has extensive experience in catering, restaurant management and restaurant reviewing.


Paul Newman

Paul Newman is completing a PhD on the role of witnessing in the reconciliation processes of Australia and South Africa, and teaches in Australian Studies and Australian literature. In 1998 he completed an MA at the University of Queensland that analysed the complicity of conservative parties in the emergence of Pauline Hanson and the rise of One Nation.

Lucy Nicholas

Lucy Nicholas is a research student in Humanities at Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia. Her interests lie in third wave feminism, riot grrrl, zine / DIY culture and queer theory. She makes a zine and is a part time queer feminist activist revo!

Judith Nicholson

Judith Nicholson is a Ph.D. student in Communication Studies at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada. Her research examines social and cultural aspects of cellular telephone use in North America from 1990 today, particularly its impact on public order and the regulation of urban spaces.

Amita Nijhawan

Amita Nijhawan is a fourth-year PhD candidate in the Department of Dance History and Theory at the University of California, Riverside. Her research interests look at film and performance with a focus on gender discourses and post-colonial theory.

Will Noonan

Will Noonan is a PhD candidate in the Department of English at the University of Sydney. His doctoral thesis involves a comparative study of “inappropriate humour” in a range of historical, linguistic and literary contexts. He has also completed a B.A.(Hons) thesis (in French) on bilingual negotiations and the resistance to interpretation in Samuel Beckett’s theatre. He is an editor of the online journal Philament.

Mark Nunes

Mark Nunes is Chair of the Department of English, Technical Communication, and Media Arts at Southern Polytechnic State University in the United States. He is the author of Cyberspaces of Everyday Life (Minnesota, 2006). He is also author of several articles on networked social space, including “Ephemeral Cities: Postmodern Urbanism and the Production of Online Space” in Virtual Globalizations (Routledge, 2001) and “Baudrillard in Cyberspace: Internet, Virtuality, and Postmodernity” in Style (1995).