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  • Born in Indonesia of French parents, and brought up in Australia and France, Sophie Masson is the award-winning and internationally-published author of over 60 books for children, young adults and adults. Her latest books include the picture books T...More

EXPERIENCE

  • University of New England
    • Writing Program
    • Contracted course material writer; casual lecturer and tutor
    • January 2017 to Present

    Contracted to develop and write study guides within the Publishing Practice unit in the Writing program; casual specialised lecturer and tutor, same; casual specialised lecturer and marker in Professional Writing unit

  • University of New England
    • School of Arts, Faculty of Humanities, Arts, Social Sciences and Education
    • PhD student in Creative Practice, scholarly author
    • August 2015 to Present

    PhD student in Creative Practice; scholarship award winner; author of articles and chapters in academic journals and books; presenter at Australian and international conferences

  • Christmas Press
    • Publishing
    • Publishing director and co-founder
    • January 2013 to Present

    Co-founder and publishing director of Christmas Press, a small publishing house, specialising in children's books

  • Self-Employed
    • Creative Writing
    • Author
    • January 1988 to Present

    Established, award-winning and internationally-published author of over 60 books, for children, young adults, and adults

EDUCATION

  • University of New England
    • Doctor of Philosophy in Creative Practice
    • August 2015 to Present

    Enrolled as full time candidate for PhD in Creative Practice; due to submit thesis on August 14, 2018

  • University of New England
    • Master of Letters
    • May 1988 to April 1990

    Master of Letters in French and English literature; dissertation written in both languages

  • University of New England
    • Bachelor of Arts
    • April 1985 to April 1988

    Bachelor of Arts, majoring in English, French, and Australian Literature

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