Services 1 ­ Susan Steggall

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Susan Steggall as author:



•To Carve Identity ISBN:978-0-9874944-4-3 (print); ISBN: 978-0-9874944-5-0 (eBook), Éditions Kusatsu, Sydney

• The Heritage You Leave Behind, eBook, August; ISBN: 978-0-958196499; PBK, 

  ISBN: 978-0-9581964-8-2 (published but available for sale and distribution in October), 2021

• ‘Song for a Moment in Time’, in Rhapsody, Zena Shapter ed, Northern Beaches Writers’ Group, 2021.

• MEMOIR FOR MY PARENTS. Phemie Faith Gilmour & Robert Rex Wallis, No.4 Family History Series, ISSN: 2201-60312021.

• TURNING WARRINGAH TURQUOISE: Memories of a Grassroots Campaign,  Editor: Susan Steggall, ISBN: 978-0-9581964-7-5, 2020.

 • 'Away with the Fairies', in Of Beasts and Butterflies, Zena Shapter ed, Northern Beaches Writers’ Group, 2019


 • ‘Tis the doing not the deed, Shooting Star, ISBN: 978-1-925821-29-1 (print); ISBN: 978-1-925821-30-7 (eBook), 2019

 • ‘Ebb and Flow at the Margins’, in Saltwater, Zena Shapter ed, Northern Beaches Council, pp 59-67, 2019

• ‘A Poetical Science’, in A Fearsome Engine, Zena Shapter ed, Northern Beaches Writers’ Group, 2016

 Goodnight Son. Phemie Vera Mallaby, Family History Series, No.3, ISSN 2201-6031.

• ‘Alpine Beach: My French Connection’, Mysteries Set in France: Mystery Readers International, Vol.28, No.1, Spring, 2012

• ‘An Other World: Albert Tissandier at Jenolan Caves’, in Limits of Location: Creating a Colony, Sydney University Press, Sydney, 2007

• ‘Taking the Tally’, in No Thanks or Regrets, ed. Kent, J., State Library of N.S.W. Press, 1996, 51


 • Review of Discovering Charles Meere – Art and Illusion, by Joy Eadie (Halstead Press, ACT 2017), in Emeritus, Vol.11, No.3 April 2020, pp 14-16 (republished courtesy of ISAA), 2020

• ‘Women Sculptors and World War I Memorials’, History, No.135, March 2018, pp 7-9

• ‘Review of Hegel’s Owl. The life of Bernard Smith, by Sheridan Palmer’, ISAA Review, Vol.16 No.2 2017, pp 81-83, 2018

• ‘Spaces for Public Art; the Sydney Sculpture Walk’, in ‘Shaping the Australian Built Environment’, ISAA Review, Vol.16, No.1, 2017, pp 67-84

 • ‘Art and Activism: Janet Laurence’s “Deep Breathing – Resuscitation for the Reef”’, ISAA Review, Vol.15, No.2, pp 89-94, 2016

• 'An Independent Way of Seeing:the Photographic  Scholarship of Catherine Rogers’, in Celebrating Independent Thought. ISAA Twenty Years On, 2015 Conference Proceedings, Independent Scholars Association of Australia Inc, 2016

 •endethe P • ‘Cultivating Minerva’, review of Ann Moyal, A Woman of Influence: Science, Men & HistoryISAA Review, Volume 12, No.1, pp 103-106, 2014

  • ‘Tradition and its transformation: Joan Kerr, Housewife to historian’, Journal of Art Historiography, No.4, 2011,
  • ‘Joan Kerr: Stirring the Possum in Australian Art History’, Art Monthly Australia, # 224, October 2009
  • ‘What, a Character?’, Telling Stories: Fact or Fiction, Papers and Proceedings, NSW Chapter ISAA, 2008
  • ‘Reflections on Writing Scholarly Biography’, ISAA Review, Volume 7, NO.2, May, 2008
  • ’Art in the High Country’, Ceramics TECHNICAL, No.20, 2005
  • ’Off-Road Art’, Nissan News, June, No.248, 2003
  • ‘Wendy Solling’, 452, plate 495; ‘Violet Vimpany’, 469, plate 222, in Heritage: The National Women's Art Book, ed. Kerr, J., Australia, 1995

Susan Steggall as editor:

  • Editor 2010-2015, of the ISAA Review, journal of the Independent Scholars Association of Australia Inc
  • Editor with Introduction, A Way of Happening, 2006, Society of Women Writers anthology of prize-winning short stories and poetry.
  • Editor, SHARING A LANDSCAPE: A Celebration of Difference, Society of Women Writers NSW Inc., Sydney, 2004
  • Editor, IN CONVERSATION Proceedings: Discussion Series 2002. NSW Chapter Independent Scholars Association of Australia Inc. (ISAA), 2003

  • Co-editor (with Gretchen Poiner), The Proceedings of the Seminar, ‘Relaxed Comfortable and Stupid: Is Australia “Dumbing Down?”’, NSW Chapter Independent Scholars Association of Australia Inc., 2001
  • NEW INITIATIVE: Begun in 2009, a series of monographs entitled Family History Series (ISSN 2201-6031). The first three volumes are:
    • Number 1: ‘Moonlight and the Man’
    • Number 2: ‘An Invitation’
    • Number 3: 'Goodnight Son'
    • Awards

  • • ‘Re-Carving an Identity,’ Highly Commended, Society of Women Writers NSW

    2019 National Writing Competition – Non Fiction (1st Prize, Highly Commended and

    Commended awarded).

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