Jane Rawson writes novels, novellas, stories and non-fiction, mostly about the environment and mostly strange. Her latest novel is From the wreck (2017), which Books+Publishing said was “utterly unique and distinctly Australian … a masterpiece”. Her first novel, A wrong turn at the Office of Unmade Lists, won the Small Press Network’s 2014 ‘Most Underrated Book’ Award, and her novella, Formaldehyde, won the Seizure Viva La Novella Prize. She is the co-author of The handbook: surviving and living with climate change. Her short fiction has been published in Sleepers, Overland, Tincture, Seizure and Griffith Review. She has curated a volume of experimental fiction for Review of Australian Fiction, and is a founding member of Kanganoulipo. She is on twitter as @frippet.