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Nigel Krauth has taught English at several universities, including the University of Papua New Guinea, and is currently an Associate Professor and Lecturer in Literary Studies at the Gold Coast University College of Griffith University. His research and teaching interests lie in creative writing, popular fiction and mass culture, Australian literature, children's literature and South Pacific literatures. Nigel Krauth’s novels include Matilda, My Darling, which was co-winner of the 1982 Australian/Vogel Literary Award, and JF Was Here, which won the prestigious Christina Stead prize for fiction in 1991. With his wife Caron, Krauth has co-authored three novels for young adults. He has also published many short stories and articles in Australian and overseas magazines, in addition to edited collections and his play, Muse of Fire, commissioned by the South Australian Theatre Company. Paradise to Paranoia, co-edited with Robyn Sheahan, is a special collection of Queensland writing and published by UQP in 1995.
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