Rosaleen Love

Summary

Rosaleen Love (born 1940) is an Australian science journalist and writer. She has a PhD in the history and philosophy of science from the University of Melbourne. She has written works on the Great Barrier Reef and other science or conservation topics.[1] She has also written science fiction, which has been noted for her use of irony and feminism.[2] She has been nominated for the Ditmar Award six times,[3] and won the Chandler Award in 2009.

BibliographyEdit

CollectionsEdit

  • The Total Devotion Machine and Other Stories (1989)
  • Evolution Annie and Other Stories (1993)
  • Secret Lives of Books (2014)

ChapterbooksEdit

  • The Traveling Tide (2005)

Short fictionEdit

  • "The Laws of Life" (1985) in The Total Devotion Machine and Other Stories
  • "Trickster" (1986) in The Total Devotion Machine and Other Stories
  • "Alexia and Graham Bell" (1986) in Aphelion Science Fiction Magazine, Summer 1986/1987 (ed. Peter McNamara)
  • "No Resting Place" (1987) in The Total Devotion Machine and Other Stories
  • "The Sea-Serpent of Sandy Cape" (1987) in The Total Devotion Machine and Other Stories
  • "Power Play" (1987) in The Total Devotion Machine and Other Stories
  • "The Invisible Woman" (1988) in The Total Devotion Machine and Other Stories
  • "If You Go Down to the Park Today" (1989) in The Total Devotion Machine and Other Stories
  • "The Total Devotion Machine" (1989) in The Total Devotion Machine and Other Stories
  • "Bat Mania" (1989) in The Total Devotion Machine and Other Stories
  • "Tanami Drift" (1989) in The Total Devotion Machine and Other Stories
  • "Dolphins and Deep Thought" (1989) in The Total Devotion Machine and Other Stories
  • "The Bottomless Pit" (1989) in The Total Devotion Machine and Other Stories
  • "Where Are They?" (1989) in The Total Devotion Machine and Other Stories
  • "The Children Don't Leave Home Any More" (1989) in The Total Devotion Machine and Other Stories
  • "The Tea Room Tapes" (1989) in The Total Devotion Machine and Other Stories
  • "Tremendous Potential for Tourism" (1989) in The Total Devotion Machine and Other Stories
  • "The Heavenly City, Perhaps" (1990) in Evolution Annie and Other Stories
  • "Hovering Rock" (1990) in Aurealis #2 (ed. Stephen Higgins, Dirk Strasser)
  • "Turtle Soup" (1990) in Eidolon (Australian magazine), Spring 1990 (ed. Jeremy G. Byrne)
  • "Cosmic Dusting" (1991) in Evolution Annie and Other Stories
  • "Evolution Annie" (1991) in Evolution Annie and Other Stories
  • "The Palace of the Soul" (1991) in Evolution Annie and Other Stories
  • "Strange Things Grow at Chernobyl" (1991) in Evolution Annie and Other Stories
  • "Blue Venom" (1991) in Eidolon (Australian magazine), Spring 1991 (ed. Jeremy G. Byrne)
  • "Holiness" (1992) in Intimate Armageddons (ed. Bill Congreve)
  • "Mortal Remains" (1993) in Crank!, Fall 1993 (ed. Bryan Cholfin)
  • "Starbaby" (1993) in Overland Summer 1993
  • "A Pattern to Life" (1993) in Evolution Annie and Other Stories
  • "The Daughters of Darius" (1993) in Evolution Annie and Other Stories
  • "Bubbles in the Cosmic Saucepan" (1993) in The Traveling Tide
  • "Sex and Death" (1995) in Eidolon (Australian magazine), Winter 1995 (ed. Jeremy G. Byrne)
  • "The Reef Builders" (1997) with Karen Joy Fowler and Maureen F. McHugh and Terry Bisson in Omni Online, May 1997 (ed. Ellen Datlow)
  • "Alexander's Feats" (1997) in Eidolon (Australian magazine), Issue 25/26 (ed. Jeremy G. Byrne, Richard Scriven)
  • "Real Men" (1998) in Dreaming Down-Under (ed. Jack Dann, Janeen Webb)
  • "Two Recipes for Magic Beans" (1998) in Dreaming Down-Under (ed. Jack Dann, Janeen Webb)
  • "The Worst Thing in the World" (1999) in Ghosts and Ghoulies (ed. Paul Collins, Meredith Costain)
  • "The Gate of Heaven" (2003) in Forever Shores (ed. Margaret Winch, Peter McNamara)
  • "In the Shadow of the Stones" (2003) in Southern Blood: New Australian Tales of the Supernatural (ed. Bill Congreve)
  • "The Raptures of the Deep" (2003) in Gathering the Bones (ed. Ramsey Campbell, Jack Dann, Dennis Etchison)
  • "Once Giants Roamed the Earth" (2005) in Daikaiju! Giant Monster Tales (ed. Robin Pen, Robert Hood), and The Traveling Tide
  • "GoGo" (2005) in The Traveling Tide
  • "Wanderer 8" (2005) in The Elastic Book of Numbers (ed. Allen Ashley)

Anthologies editedEdit

  • If Atoms Could Talk (1987)

Non-fictionEdit

  • Reefscape: Reflections on the Great Barrier Reef (2000)

EssaysEdit

  • Ursula K. le Guin and Therolinguistics (1998)
  • The Onion Skin Theory of Identity, the Paint Pot Theory of Gender, and the Blu-Tack Theory of Position (1999)
  • Star Drover (2001)
  • In Tribulation and with Jubilee: On Pilgrimage with Bridie King (2005)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Terrain.org Interview
  2. ^ The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction, pg 736
  3. ^ Locus Index to SF Awards Archived 3 February 2011 at the Wayback Machine

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