Katherine Brabon is an author and researcher from Melbourne, Australia. She currently works as a Teaching Associate (creative writing) and Learning Skills Adviser (law) at Monash University. Katherine has a PhD from Monash University (Creative Writing), a Master of Studies (European History) from Oxford University, and a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts (History) from La Trobe University. Her debut novel The Memory Artist was published in 2016.
ArticlesIntroductionThe wandering narrator is a familiar figure in contemporary literature. This narrator is often searching for something abstract or ill-defined connected to the past and the traces it leaves behind. The works of the German writer W.G. Sebald inspired a number of theories on the various ways a writer might intersect place, memory, and representation...Read more