Professor Donna Brien Creative and Performing Arts / School of Education and the Arts

Professor / HOC GCCI

BEd (Deakin), MA (in Writing) (Research), (UTS), PhD (QUT), Grad Cert Higher Ed (UTS)

Contact Details

Email: d.brien@cqu.edu.au

Phone: (07) 5440 7076 - Ext: 47076

Office Location

1.01

Building A

90 Goodchap Steeet, Noosa

About Me

PLEASE NOTE: UPDATED LIST OF PUBLICATIONS IS FOUND IN RESEARCH TAB - NOT IN PUBLICATIONS - DUE TO SYSTEMS UPGRADE

A research-intensive academic in the discipline of writing and publishing, I have, since 2000, focused on non-fiction genres and pedagogy of writing. As a highly motivated, results-orientated researcher, my passion for sharing knowledge is evidenced in my outstanding record of esteemed scholarly publications and academic as well as public and community presentations. While I have published with the best scholarly publishers and journals, I have also written for such high profile popular publications as The Griffith Review, The Conversation, The Australian and the Courier Mail. Career highlights before, and during, my academic career include as: exhibition curator, Powerhouse Museum and Museum of Contemporary Art (both Sydney); contracted non-fiction author, Allen & Unwin; long-serving President, national peak body, Australasian Association of Writing Programs (AAWP); and Australian Research Council (ARC) secondment as an ERA peer reviewer (FoR 19).

I have been a Chief Investigator on external ($564,765) and internal ($120,050) grants and have won a number of prestigious awards, and a national citation for the quality of my mentorship of research higher degree candidates. I have won a large number of esteemed research residencies and fellowships. Most recently, I was 2016 Eminent Visiting Researcher at the University of Southern Queensland. The esteem in which I am held by the academic community is also evidenced in being often sought as an examiner of RHD theses.

I have edited many themed special issues of journals, solely but more often with other academics, with 35 refereed journal issues edited overall. In 2010, I co-founded (and continue to co-convene) the Australasian Food Studies Network, a research-focused Facebook group with 175 active members, and I am the Commissioning Editor, Special Issues, for respected refereed journal, TEXT: Journal of Writing and Writing Courses. I am on the Editorial Advisory Board of national and international journals including The Australasian Journal of Popular Culture. Through these roles, I encourage and foster the research careers of many national and international researchers, including early career researchers.

I am regularly interviewed by the media, including for ABC National and regional programs, and my research is regularly cited in the print and online press.

I have been an invited judge of a number of major awards including the Queensland Premier’s Awards, the national Walkley Awards (non-fiction book category), the Josephine Ulrick Award ($10,000 prize for nonfiction), Australian Publishers’ Association annual awards for Australian textbooks, and the annual AAWP postgraduate prize. I have also been an invited judge of a number of research related competitions, including the 2015 5 Minute Research Pitch Competition (ACU).

Universities Studied At

Deakin University

University of Melbourne

University of Sydney

University of New England

Queensland University of Technology

Universities Worked At

Queensland University of Technology

University of New England

Central Queensland University

Awards

2016 Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Good Practice in Learning and Teaching (nomination)

2015 Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Good Practice in Learning and Teaching

2014 Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Research Higher Degree Supervision

2014 Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Good Practice in Learning and Teaching

2006 Carrick Institute (now ALTC) Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning:

Citation: ‘For consistently providing outstanding student outcomes since 1998 by harnessing the input of research-teaching nexus and service activities in creative and professional writing: undergraduate and postgraduate’

2004-05 Vice-Chancellor’s Special Scholarship for further study, UNE

1998-99 Queensland University of Technology Postgraduate Research Award

1989 University of Sydney Postgraduate Travelling Scholarship

1988-89 Australian Postgraduate Research Award

1987 GS Caird Scholarship in Fine Arts, University of Sydney


Media Citations
extensive - available on request
Professional Experience

2016-current Invited international Advisory Board member, Journal of Creative Writing Studies, USA

2013-current Invited International Editorial Advisory Board member, Aeternum: The International Journal of Contemporary Gothic Studies, Gothic Association of Australia and New Zealand, New Zealand

2012-2016 Commissioning Editor, Special Issues TEXT: Journal of Writing and Writing Courses

2012-current Invited Editorial Advisory Board member, Australasian Journal of Popular Culture

Co-editor, The Strange Bedfellows or Perfect Partners Papers: the refereed proceedings of the 15th conference of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs, 2010, Guyra 2010 (with Marcelle Freiman and Catherine Cole)

Co-editor, ‘Rewriting the Menu: the cultural dynamics of contemporary food choices’, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, Special Issue no 9, October 2010 (with Adele Wessell)

Co-editor, ‘Creative and practice-led research: current status, future plans’, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, Special Issue no 8, October 2010 (A Journal) (with Sandra Burr and Jen Webb)

Invited Founding Editorial Board Member, LOCALE: The Australasian-Pacific Journal of Regional Food Studies, 2010-current

Invited Editorial Board member, Coolibah, journal of the Australian Studies Centre of the University of Barcelona (ISSN 1988-5946), double blind peer-reviewed and listed on the MLA International Bibliography and Directory of Periodicals, 2010-current

Board of Readers, Writing Macao, Macao, 2006-2008

Associate Editor, New Writing: the International Journal for the Practice and Theory of Creative Writing (UK), 2005-2009

Founding Editor and Publisher, dotlit: The Online Journal of Creative Writing, from 1.1 July 2000-July 2004 (journal closed)

Commissions, Prose, Creative Nonfiction, Hypermedia & Reviews Editor, dotlit: The Online Journal of Creative Writing, from 1.1, July 2000-July 2004 (journal closed)

Reviews Editor, TEXT: The Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs, 2002

2001-2007 Professional non-fiction author, Allen & Unwin, Sydney 2 books in Girl’s Guide series published to date, 3rd under consideration

Assistant Editor, Imago: New Writing Online, from launch, Nov 2000-Dec 2002

Assistant Editor, Imago: New Writing, March 2000-Dec 2002 (journal closed) 1997 Co-founder, Chief Curator, Catalogue Developer, inaugural Sculpture by the Sea, public sculpture exhibition, Bondi Beach, Sydney 1994 Seconded to Powerhouse Museum, Special Exhibition Curator 1991-1996 Special Projects Manager, Chief Curator, Biographer and Professional Writer, Ken Done (artist and entrepreneur) and Ken Done and Associates Sydney 1990-1991 Founding Curator, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney 1988-1996 Founding Co-Director, The Small Gallery, The Rocks, Sydney

Professional Memberships

Steering Committee, International Association of Auto/Biography, Asia-Pacific (IABA-AP)

Senior Advisory Board (Past President), Executive Committee of Management, Australian Association of Writing Programs (AAWP)

Foundation Member, Council for Professors of Writing [Australasia] (CoPoW)

Founder, Australasian Death Studies Network (ADSN)

Co-Founder, Australasian Food Studies Network (AFSN)

Co-Founder, Creative Australian-Ireland Research Network (CAIRN)

Co-Founder, Australasian Collaborative Research Network (ACRN)

(Full) Member, Australian Society of Authors (ASA)

Member, Australian Historical Association (AHA)

Member, Australian Women’s History Network (AWHN)

Member, Association for the Study of Food and Society (USA) (ASFS)

Member, Gothic Association of Australia and New Zealand (GANZA)

Member, International Publishing Studies Research Network (IPSRN)

Member, Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand (PopCAANZ)

Responsibilities
Discipline Research leader, Creative and Performing Arts Research
Professional Interests

Writing, Editing and Publishing

Food Media

Auto/Biography

Death Studies

Editor

Books – As editor

Donna Lee Brien, Alison Owens and Janene Carey (Contributing eds) In Their Own Words: Stories of Australia’s International Students, Tablelands Press: Armidale, 2015

Lorna Piatti-Farnell & Donna Lee Brien (Contributing eds), New Directions in 21st Century Gothic: The Gothic Compass, Routledge, New York and London, 2015

Brien, Donna Lee, Marcelle Freiman and Catherine Cole, Co-editors, AAWP Refereed 2010 Conference Proceedings, 2010

Brien, Donna Lee and Marcelle Freiman (eds), AAWP Refereed 2009 Conference Proceedings, 2009

Brien, Donna Lee and Lucy Neave (eds), AAWP Refereed 2008 Conference Proceedings, 2008

Brien, Donna Lee (proof and production ed), Early Modern Lives by Ron Bedford, Philippa Kelly and Lloyd Davis, Ashgate Publishers, London, 2007

Brien, Donna Lee (ed) The Tincture of Salt by Alicia Bennett, Spotted Ghecko Press, Brisbane, 2004

Brien, Donna Lee (ed) Kangaroo Island Grandpa by Trudi Plaschke, Plaschke Publishing, Brisbane, 2003

Refereed Journal Issues – As editor

Lorna Piatti-Farnell, Donna Lee Brien and Corey Ryan Walden, ‘Food Love God’, Special Issue of Australasian Journal of Popular Culture, forthcoming June 2017

Brien, Donna Lee, Commissioning/contributing editor, Crime Fiction: The Creative/Critical Nexus, eds Rachel Franks, Jesper Gulddal and Alistair Rolls, Special issue 37, TEXT: The Journal of Writing and Writing Courses, October 2016

Brien, Donna Lee, Commissioning/contributing editor, Shakespeare 400, ed Dallas John Baker and Laurie Johnson, Special issues 36, TEXT: The Journal of Writing and Writing Courses, October 2016

Brien, Donna Lee, Contributing editor, ‘Writing Death and the Gothic, TEXT: The Journal of Writing and Writing Courses, eds Donna Lee Brien and Lorna Piatti-Farnell, Special issue 35, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, October 2016

Brien, Donna Lee and Margaret McAllister eds., Death-themed special issue, Aerternum: Journal of Contemporary Gothic Studies, 3.1, June 2016

Brien, Donna Lee, Commissioning editor, ‘Writing and Illustrating Interdisciplinary Research’, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, Special Issue 34, eds Rachel Frank, Simon Dywer et al., April 2016

Brien, Donna Lee, Commissioning editor, Art as Parodic Practice’, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, Special Issue 33, eds Marion Campbell et al., October 2015

Brien, Donna Lee, Contributing Commissioning editor, Why YA?: Researching, Writing and publishing Young Adult fiction in Australasia’, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, Special Issue 32, eds Jessica Seymour and Denise Beckton, October 2015

Brien, Donna Lee, Commissioning editor, ‘Beyond Australian Queer, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, Special Issue 31, eds Dallas Baker et al., October 2015

Brien, Donna Lee, Contributing co-editor, ‘Creative Writing as Research IV’, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, Special Issue 30, co-eds Nigel Krauth, Ross Watkins, Moya Costello, October 2015

Brien, Donna Lee, Commissioning editor, ‘Scriptwriting as Research II’, Special Issue 29, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, eds Dallas Baker, April 2015

Brien, Donna Lee, Contributing Commissioning editor, ‘Fictional Histories and Historical Fictions: Writing History in the 21st Century’, Special Issue 28, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, eds Dr Camilla Nelson & Dr Christine de Matos, April 2015

Brien, Donna Lee, co-editor, ‘Creative Writing as Research 3’, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, Special Issue, co-eds Nigel Krauth, Ross Watkins, October 2014

Brien, Donna Lee & Adele Wessell (eds) ‘Taste and, and in, writing and publishing’, Special issue 26, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Course, April 2014

Brien, Donna Lee, Commissioning/contributing editor, ‘Australasian magazines: perspectives on writing’, Introducing Australasian magazines: new perspectives on writing and publishing, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, Special Issue 25, eds Rosemary Williamson & Rebecca Johinke, April 2014

Wessell, Adele & Brien, Donna Lee ‘Taste’ MC Journal, 17.1, March 2014

Brien, Donna Lee, Commissioning/contributing editor, ‘Cookbooks: writing, reading and publishing culinary literature in Australasia’, eds Donna Lee Brien and Adele Wessell, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, 17.2, Special Issue no 24, October 2013

Brien, Donna Lee, Commissioning/contributing editor, ‘Textbooks and educational texts in the 21st century: writing, publishing and reading’, eds Mike Horsley and Donna Lee Brien, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, 17.2, Special Issue no 23, October 2013

Brien, Donna Lee, Commissioning/contributing editor, ‘Examination of doctoral degrees in creative arts: process, practice and standards’, eds Jen Webb, Donna Lee Brien and Sandra Burr, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, 17.2, Special Issue no 22, October 2013

Brien, Donna Lee, Commissioning editor, ‘Scores from another ground: writing in New Zealand, eds Lisa Emerson and Gail Pittaway, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, 17.2, Special Issue no 21, October 2013

Brien, Donna Lee, Commissioning editor, ‘Writing creates ecology: ecology creates writing’, eds Martin Harrison, Deborah Bird Rose, Lorraine Shannon and Kim Satchell, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, 17.2, Special Issue no 20, October 2013

Brien, Donna Lee, Commissioning editor, ‘Scriptwriting as creative writing research’ eds Dallas Baker and Debra Beattie, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, 17.2, Special Issue Number 19, October 2013

Brien, Donna Lee, Commissioning/contributing editor, ‘Nonfiction now’ eds David Carlin and Francesca Rendle-Short, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, 17.2, Special Issue no 18, October 2013

Brien, Donna Lee and Adele Wessell ‘Cookbook’ MC Journal, 16.3, June 2013

General series editor, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Women’s Experimental Writing’, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, Special Issue no 17, April 2013

Brien, Donna Lee and B de la Harpe, JF Peterson and T Mason, RMIT, Co-editors, ‘Strengthening Learning and Teaching in the Creative Arts: CreateEd 2008-2012’, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, Special Issue no 16, October 2012

Nigel Krauth & Brien, Donna Lee, Nigel Krauth, Co-editors, ‘Creative Writing as Research II’, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, Special Issue no 15, October 2012,

General series editor, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Beyond Practice-led Research’, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, Special Issue, October 2012, Special Issue no 14

Toni Risson and Donna Lee Brien (eds) ‘Food issue’, Australasian Journal of Popular Culture, June 2012

Jill Adams and Brien, Donna Lee (eds), ‘Coffee’, M/C: Media and Culture, May 2012

Brien, Donna Lee and Nigel McLoughlin (UK), Co-editors, ‘Creativity: Cognitive, Social and Cultural Perspectives’, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, April 2011

Brien, Donna Lee, editor, ‘Leadership in Writing and the Creative Arts’, TEXT Special Issue, October 2011

General series editor, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Creative Writing in the Asia-Pacific Region’, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, Special Issue 10, April 2011

General series editor, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘ASPERA: New Screens, New Producers, New Learning: Papers from the Australian Screen Production Education and Research Association Conference of July 2010’, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, Special Issue 11, April 2011

Brien, Donna Lee and Adele Wessell, Co-editors, ‘Rewriting the Menu: the cultural dynamics of contemporary food choices’, TEXT Special Issue no 9, October 2010

Brien, Donna Lee, Sandra Burr and Jen Webb, Co-editors, ‘Creative and practice-led research: current status, future plans’, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, Special Issue no 8, October 2010

Brien, Donna Lee, Jen Webb and Nigel Krauth, Co-editors, ‘The ERA Era: creative writing as research’, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, Special Issue no 7, October 2010

Brien, Donna Lee and Adele Wessell (eds), ‘Pig’, M/C: Media and Culture, October 2010

Brien, Donna Lee and Rosemary Williamson (eds) ‘Supervising the Creative Arts Research Higher Degree: Towards Best Practice’, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, Special Issue, October 2009

Brien, Donna Lee and Axel Bruns (eds), ‘Collaborate’, M/C: Media and Culture, 9.2, May 2006

Brien, Donna Lee and Helen Yeates (eds), ‘Love’, M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture, 5.6, November 2002

Brien, Donna Lee and Nigel Krauth (eds.), Australian Creative Nonfiction, TEXT special website series, n.1, April 2000, (with Nigel Krauth)

Book Chapters

Brien, Donna Lee and Rachel Franks (2016) ‘Food’s dark shadow: Poisoning in popular culture and preventative health messages’, Table Matters: Food, Drink, Manners,17 February, http://tablematters.com/2016/02/17/foods-dark-shadow

Brien, Donna Lee and Margaret McAllister (2016) ‘On multi- and inter-disciplinary social and cultural projects’, Constructing Methodology for Qualitative Research, eds Bobby Harreveld, Mike Danaher, Celeste Lawson, Bruce A Knight, Gillian Busch, London, Palgrave, 171-186

Brien, Donna Lee ‘Transgressive consumption: reading between the lines of the alcohol-based memoir’, Minding the Gap, eds Thom Conroy and Gail Pittaway, Cambridge Scholars Press, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK, 2015, 27-42

Rachel Franks and Donna Lee Brien, ‘Murder, Mayhem and Clever Branding: the Stunning Success of J B Fletcher’, Serial Crime Fiction, ed. Jean Anderson, Caroline Miranda, Barbara Pezzotti, Palgrave Macmillan, Houndmills, Basingstoke, UK 2015, 177-187

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Unsettled and Destabilising Life Writing: The Gothic Memoir’, New Directions in 21st Century Gothic: The Gothic Compass, Routledge, New York and London, 2015, 146-162

Brien, Donna Lee ‘Morbid dining: Writing the haunted history of last meals’, in The Gothic and the Everyday: Living Gothic eds. Dr Lorna Piatti-Farnell and Dr Maria Beville, Palgrave MacMillan, 2014, 195-214

Brien, Donna Lee, Jen Webb and Sandra Burr, ‘Examining doctoral writing in the creative arts’, Doctoral writing in the visual and performing arts, Louise Ravelli, Brian Paltridge, Sue Starfield (eds.), Libri UK, 2014, 97-112

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘The Art and Food of Maria Kozslik Donovan’, Art and Food, Peter Stupples and Leoni Schmidt (eds.), Cambridge Scholars Publishing, UK, 2014, 161-177

Donna Lee Brien, ‘Non-fiction writing research’, Research Methods in Creative Writing, eds Jeri Kroll and Graeme Harper, Palgrave Macmillan, UK, 2013, 34-55

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Neil Perry’s Coffee Sponge’, Cake: A Cookbook in a Day, (eds. Jillian Adams and Donna Lee Brien), 2012, 20-21

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Roast Leg of Lamb: Australia’, A Taste of Islands Cookbook: 60 Recipes and Stories from our World of Islands, eds. Godfrey Baldacchino and Anna Baldacchino, Island Studies Press, Institute of Island Studies, Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, Price Edward Island, Canada, 2012, 178-181

Jen Webb and Donna Lee Brien, ‘Addressing the “ancient quarrel”: creative writing as research’, The Routledge Companion to Research in the Arts, Routledge, UK, new paperback edition, January 2012, 186-204

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Food writing: Mobilising the five senses and personal memories’, in Elaine Walker (ed) Teaching Creative Writing: Practical Approaches, The Professional and Higher Partnership Ltd, Newmarket, Suffolk, UK, 2012, pages

Webb, Jen and Donna Lee Brien, ‘Resolving the “ancient quarrel”: creative writing as research’, The Routledge Companion to Arts Based Research, Routledge, UK, 2011, 186-203

Brien, Donna Lee and Jen Webb, ‘Envisioning Change: Quality and Creative Arts in Australian Universities’, Changing University Learning and Teaching: Engaging and Mobilising Leadership, Quality and Technology, eds. J McConachie, M Singh, PA Danaher, F Nouwens and G Danaher, Post Pressed, Teneriff, 2008, 167-186

Brien, Donna Lee and Axel Bruns, ‘Local Perspectives on a World Wide Web? Parochial and Global Approaches in Australian and New Zealand Electronic Publishing’, in Robin Peek, ed., Scholarly Publishing: From Frontier to Framework, MIT Press, 2007

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘The Power of Truth: Literary Scandals and Creative Nonfiction, Creative Writing: Theory Beyond Practice, eds. Tess Brady and Nigel Krauth, Post-Pressed, Brisbane, 2006, 55-63

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Perfect Match’, Difficult Love: Twenty-six Intimate Stories by Contemporary Queensland Writers, eds. Philip Neilsen and Helen Horton, Central Queensland University Press, Rockhampton, 2000, 14-20

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Ken Done: Recent Developments’ in Ken Done: Paintings 1990-1994, Done Art & Design, Sydney, 1995, 4-13

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Artist and Artistry’ in Ken Done: The Art of Design, Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, 1994, 86-103

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Introduction’ in new ed. of Ken Done: Paintings and Drawings 1975-1987, Craftsman House, Sydney, 1992

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘John Power’, Opening Transformations: Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, 1991, 4-9

Books

Authored books

Donna Lee Brien and Alison Owens (2015) Assisting International Students Develop and Publish Accounts of Learning Transformation Due to their Australian Experiences, Armidale, Tablelands Press

Donna Lee Brien and Alison Owens (2015) Assisting International Students Develop and Publish Accounts Of Learning Transformation Due To Their Australian Experiences, Noosa: CQ University Australia [report]

Donna Lee Brien, Bronwyn Fredericks and Mike Horsley (2015) Indigenising Postgraduate Curriculum for Career and Research Outcomes, Noosa: CQ University Australia [report]

McAllister, Margaret and Donna Lee Brien (2014) Using narrative pedagogy to facilitate learner engagement in mental health. Noosa: CQ University Australia [report]

Donna Lee Brien (2014) Determining a process to develop a competency assessment framework in the creative arts, including its alignment with CQUniversity graduate attributes, Noosa: CQ University Australia [report]

Webb, Jen, Donna Lee Brien & Sandra Burr, Doctoral Examination in the Creative Arts: Process, Practices and Standards, Final Report, Office of Learning and Teaching, Canberra, 2013 [report]

Webb, Jen, Donna Lee Brien & Sandra Burr, Examining Doctorates in the Creative Arts: A Guide, Australasian Association of Writing Programs, Canberra, 2013

Donna Lee Brien, Maria Kozslik Donovan, Tablet to Table series, Melbourne, Tercio, August 2012

Jen Webb & Donna Lee Brien, Australian Writing Programs Network (CG642), Final Report, Australian Learning and Teaching Council, Sydney, 2008 [report]

Brien, Donna Lee & Jen Webb, Masterclass for Central Queensland Writers, Final Report, CQUniversity, 2008 [report]

Brien, Donna Lee & Tess Brady, The Girl’s Guide to Work and Life: How to Create the Life You Want, Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 2004 (10,000 copies sold)

Brien, Donna Lee & Tess Brady, The Girl’s Guide to Real Estate: How to Enjoy Investing in Property, Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 2002 (10,000 copies sold)

Brien, Donna Lee, Sculpture by the Sea, (inaugural) exhibition catalogue, Sydney, 1998

Brien, Donna Lee, Reconfiguring Sydney’s Historical Buildings as Exhibition Spaces, Report, Sydney Cove Authority, 1997

Brien, Donna Lee, Utilising Existing Exhibition Spaces and Vacant Historical Buildings as Exhibition Spaces, Report, Sydney Cove Authority, 1997

Brien, Donna Lee, A Report on the Belazel Art Prize, The Belazel Art Prize Foundation, Sydney, 1997

Brien, Donna Lee, Haiku and Other Poems: A Touring Exhibition, exhibition catalogue, Sydney, 1996

Brien, Donna Lee, Ken Done à Paris, exhibition catalogue, Sydney, 1996 (in French and English)

Brien, Donna Lee, Ken Done: Paintings from the Cabin 1979-1993, Sydney, 1993 (100,000 copies sold, Australia and Japan)

Brien, Donna Lee, A New Order, exhibition catalogue, April 1993

Brien, Donna Lee, Instructions for Seamen, exhibition catalogue, Sydney, September 1993

Brien, Donna Lee, A New Decade: Recent works by Ken Done, exhibition catalogue, Sydney, 1993

Brien, Donna Lee, The Reef: Works and Progress, exhibition catalogue, Sydney, 1993

Brien, Donna Lee, Beneath the Surface: Underwater works, exhibition catalogue, Sydney, 1993

Brien, Donna Lee, A Seaman’s Journal, exhibition catalogue, Fremantle, January 1992

Brien, Donna Lee, A New World, exhibition catalogue, Sydney, July 1992

Brien, Donna Lee, Philosophical Transactions, exhibition catalogue, Sydney, January 1992

Brien, Donna Lee, Celebration of Nature: The Art of Ken and Judy Done, exhibition catalogue, Sydney, 1992

Brien, Donna Lee, John Power 1881-1943, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, 1991 (still in print)

Brien, Donna Lee, Direct from Japan: Recent works by Ken Done, exhibition catalogue, Sydney, 1991

Edited books

Donna Lee Brien, Alison Owens and Janene Carey (Contributing eds) In Their Own Words: Stories of Australia’s International Students, Tablelands Press: Armidale, 2015

Lorna Piatti-Farnell & Donna Lee Brien (Contributing eds), New Directions in 21st Century Gothic: The Gothic Compass, Routledge, New York and London, 2015

Brien, Donna Lee, Marcelle Freiman and Catherine Cole, Co-editors, AAWP Refereed 2010 Conference Proceedings, 2010

Brien, Donna Lee and Marcelle Freiman (eds), AAWP Refereed 2009 Conference Proceedings, 2009

Brien, Donna Lee and Lucy Neave (eds), AAWP Refereed 2008 Conference Proceedings, 2008

Brien, Donna Lee (proof and production ed), Early Modern Lives by Ron Bedford, Philippa Kelly and Lloyd Davis, Ashgate Publishers, London, 2007

Brien, Donna Lee (ed) The Tincture of Salt by Alicia Bennett, Spotted Ghecko Press, Brisbane, 2004

Brien, Donna Lee (ed) Kangaroo Island Grandpa by Trudi Plaschke, Plaschke Publishing, Brisbane, 2003

Theses
Doctor of Philosophy, QUT, Brisbane
The Case of Mary Dean: Sex, Poisoning and Gender Relations in Australia, 2004
                
Master of Arts (in Writing) (Research), University of Technology, Sydney
Bequest: A Life of John Power, 1998

Master of Arts (Preliminary), University of Sydney
Bernard Smith and the Power Institute, 1969-1979, 1988
Published in: 2011
Papers in Refereed Proceedings

Brien, Donna Lee (2015), ‘Recovering a forgotten Australian cookery teacher and food writer: Wivine de Stoop’, in Mountfort, Paul (ed), Peer Reviewed Proceedings: 6th Annual Conference, Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand, Wellington: PopCAANZ, pp. 133-142. http://popcaanz.com/conference-proceedings-2015 ISBN 978-0-473-34578-5.

McAllister, Margaret and Donna Lee Brien (2015), ‘Looking back to see ahead: reassessing The Snake Pit for its Gothic codes and significance.’, in Mountfort, Paul (ed), Peer Reviewed Proceedings: 6th Annual Conference, Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand, Wellington: PopCAANZ, pp. 133-142. http://popcaanz.com/conference-proceedings-2015 ISBN 978-0-473-34578-5.

Karina Quinn, Stephen Abblitt, Dallas J. Baker, Dominique Hecq and Donna Lee Brien ‘Editing and publishing the gap: attempting to catch what otherwise might fall through’, 2014 AAWP Conference Proceedings, 2015

Brien, Donna Lee and Alison Owens, “‘Sydney harbour water has just the right amount of salt for soup”: Englishes in fictionalised biographical writing’, Peer Reviewed Proceedings of the 5th Annual Conference Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand (PopCAANZ), Hobart, Australia, 18–20 June, 2014, 21-30

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Contemporary food memoir in Singapore: authors, publishers, forms and styles’, Peer Reviewed Proceedings of the 5th Annual Conference Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand (PopCAANZ), Hobart, Australia, 18–20 June, 2014, 110-120.

Brien, Donna Lee, Webb, Jen and Sandra Burr, ‘Failure as a creative manoeuvre’, Creative Manoeuvres: Making, Saying, Being: 18th Annual AAWP Conference, UCanberra, Canberra, November 2013, online

Brien, Donna Lee ‘Reading the eating disorder memoir as food writing’, Peer Reviewed Proceedings of the 4th Annual Conference Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand (PopCAANZ), Sofitel, Brisbane, 2013, 71-82.

Rachel Franks, Donna Lee Brien and Marta Usiekniewicz, ‘Murder, They Cooked: the role of food in crime fiction’, Peer Reviewed Proceedings of the 4th Annual Conference Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand (PopCAANZ), Sofitel, Brisbane, 2013, 40-50.

Brien, Donna Lee, Webb, Jen and Sandra Burr, ‘Standards, not standardisation’: examining the creative arts doctorate in Australia’, The Creative Arts Learning and Teaching Network Conference, Refereed Proceedings, Hobart, Tasmania, 2013

Jen Webb, Donna Lee Brien and Sandra Burr, ‘Research training in the creative disciplines: the ‘double doctorate’, the ‘Clayton’s PhD’, or ‘a new kind of practice’?’, ‘Creative Outposts: The changing function of art & design education within Diasporic cultures and borderless communities: ACUADS Conference 2012, Central Institute of Technology, Curtin University and Edith Cowan University, 3-5 October 2012, at ECU, Perth, WA

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘The role of food writing and publishing in promoting and resisting change in Australia and New Zealand in the 1920s’, Encounters: Place, Situation, Context, 17h Annual AAWP Conference, Geelong, 25-27 November 2012, AAWP, Canberra

Webb, Jen (UCanberra), Donna Lee Brien & Sandra Burr (UCanberra), ‘Facing the final hurdle: Creative arts PhD programs and examination standards’, Encounters: Place, Situation, Context, 17th Annual AAWP Conference, Geelong, 25-27 November 2012, AAWP, Canberra

Sandra Burr (UCanberra), Jen Webb (UCanberra) & Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Ethical examiners: authority, power and the ethics of examination’ (Refereed paper), Ethical Imaginations: Writing Worlds. Ethical concerns and their implications in literature and writing: 16th Annual AAWP Conference, Byron Bay, 23-25 November 2011

Adele Wessell (SCU) & Brien, Donna Lee, ‘From “training in citizenship and home-making” to “plating up”: Writing Australian cookbooks for younger readers’ (Refereed paper), Ethical Imaginations: Writing Worlds. Ethical concerns and their implications in literature and writing: 16th Annual AAWP Conference, Byron Bay, 23-25 November 2011

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Re-cooking ‘the canon’ of Australian literature?: Classic 1960s Australian food writing’ (Refereed Paper), Strange Bedfellows or Perfect Partners – The role of literary studies in Creative Writing Programs: 15th Annual AAWP Conference, RMIT, Melbourne, 25-27 November 2010

Graham, Clive & Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Beyond Both Literary and Writing Studies: Using Transdisciplinary Studies to Facilitate Mode 2 Learning In the Creative Industries and Creative Arts’ (Refereed Paper), Strange Bedfellows or Perfect Partners – The role of literary studies in Creative Writing Programs: 15th Annual AAWP Conference, RMIT, Melbourne, 25-27 November 2010

Tennent, Beth and Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Friend or Foe?’: Is Learning and Teaching Policy Mainstream or Marginal?’, Margins & Mainstream Papers, 14th Annual AAWP Conference, Hamilton, New Zealand, December 2009

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Writing Our Future: Towards an Organisational History of the Australian Association of Writing Programs’, Margins & Mainstream Papers, 14th Annual AAWP Conference, Hamilton, New Zealand, December 2009

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Publish or Perish?: Investigating the Doctorate by Publication in Writing’, Creativity & Uncertainty Papers, 13th Annual AAWP Conference, UTS, Sydney, November 2008

Carey, Janene, Jen Webb & Donna Lee Brien, ‘Examining Uncertainty: Australian Creative Research Higher Degrees’, Creativity & Uncertainty, 13th Annual AAWP Conference, UTS, Sydney, November 2008

Williamson, Rosemary, Donna Lee Brien & Jen Webb, ‘Modelling Best Practice in Supervision of Research Higher Degrees in Writing in Australia’, Creativity & Uncertainty, 13th Annual AAWP Conference, UTS, Sydney, November 2008

Webb, Jen & Brien, Donna Lee, ‘“Agnostic” Thinking: Creative Writing as Practice-led Research’, Research into Practice 2008 conference, Centre for Research into Practice, Faculty for the Creative and Cultural Industries, University of Hertfordshire, at Royal Society of Arts, London, UK, 31 October 2008

Webb, Jen and Donna Lee Brien, ‘Developing a disciplinary-specific, collaborative learning environment for higher degree students and their supervisors in Writing’, Symposium on Personal Learning Environments, 5th International Lifelong Learning Conference, Yeppoon, 16-19 June 2008, refereed proceedings

Webb, J and Donna Lee Brien, ‘Preparing Graduates For Creative Futures: Australian Creative Arts Programs in a Globalising Society’, Partnerships for World Graduates, AIC (Academia, Industry and Community) 2007 Conference, RMIT, Melbourne, 28-30 November 2007, refereed proceedings

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Writing about Food: Significance, Opportunities and Professional Identities’, the and is papers: proceedings of the 12th conference of the AAWP, University of Canberra, 21-23 November 2007, November 2007, refereed proceedings

Williamson, Rosemary and Donna Lee Brien, ‘Rescue from the deep end: The case for postgraduate awards in teaching writing’, the and is papers: proceedings of the 12th conference of the AAWP, November 2007, refereed proceedings

Carey, Janene, Donna Lee Brien and Glenda Parmenter, ‘Gatekeepers, Process Consent and Real Names: Ethical Aspects of Writing Vivid Stories Based on Qualitative Research in Palliative Care’, Bridging the Gap Research Conference, Faculty of Education, Health and Professional Studies, University of New England, 3-6 July 2007

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Looking at Death with Writers’ Eyes: Developing Protocols for Utilising Roadside Memorials in Creative Writing Classes’, Roadside Memorials, ed. Jennifer Clark, EMU Press, 2006, 208-16

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Integrity in Postgraduate Curriculum: Developing Research Degrees that Work’, APEIC 2005 Educational Integrity: Values in Teaching, Learning & Research, Refereed Conference Proceedings, University of Newcastle, Newcastle, May 2006, 42-8

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘The Truth of Australian Crime Fiction: Gabrielle Lord in Conversation’, Australian Literary Studies in the 21st Century: Proceedings of the 2000 ASAL Conference, ed. Philip Mead, University of Tasmania, Hobart, 2001, 168-73

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Mary Dean: A Fictionalised Biography in Progress’, Creative Communication: Production and Process, Theory and Analysis, eds. Maureen Beetle and Deborah Jenkin, University of Canberra, 2000, 63-8

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Blackrock and the Problem of Australian True-Crime Fiction’, Writing and The City, eds. Frances de Groen and Ken Stewart, UWS Macarthur, Sydney, 2000, 115-21

Brien, Donna Lee and Philip Neilsen, ‘“But I don’t have time”: Assessment strategies to encourage Creative Writing students to read’, Faculty of Business Assessment Conference, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, 2001

Brien, Donna Lee and Philip Neilsen, ‘“I’m a Writer, not a Reader”: The Problem of Creative Writing Students and Reading’, 4th Biennial Tertiary Writing Network Colloquium, Hamilton, New Zealand, December 2000

Grants
in process of being entered

Published in: 2011
Refereed Articles

Brien, Donna Lee ‘Surveying the undertaker’s memoir’, Narrative special issue, TEXT: Journal of Writing and Writing Courses, April 2017

Brien, Donna Lee and Margaret McAllister, ‘Moving beyond routines in teaching and learning: releasing the educative potential of published eating disorder memoirs’ (UMHN-2016-0152) Issues in Mental Health Nursing

McAllister, Margaret and Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Narratives of the “not-so-good nurse”: rewriting nursing’s virtue script’, Hecate, 41.1 & 2, 2015, 79-979 (published in 2016 as 2015)

Margaret McAlllister, Susan Davis, Donna Lee Brien, Irene Rogers, Wendy Flanagan, Virginia Howie, Jo Dargusch, The Courage to Care: An innovative arts-based event to engage students and the local community to reflect on Australian nurses' roles in the first world war and after’, Nurse Education Today, Published online: 2015 (23 Oct 2015), 1-7

Alexander, June, Margaret McAllister and Donna Lee Brien, Exploring the Diary as a recovery-oriented therapeutic Tool, International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 25(1): 2016, 19-26

Brien, Donna Lee and Rachel Franks, ‘Trial by jury and newspaper reportage: re-writing women’s stories from legal transcripts and contemporaneous journalism’, TEXT: Special issue 37, October 2016, http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue37/Brien& Franks.pdf

Brien, Donna Lee Eating Shakespeare: exploring the Bardic culinary literature industry’, TEXT Special Issue 36, October 2016, Ed. Dallas Baker,

http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue36/Brien.pdf

Brien, Donna Lee Making stories of our own ends: two Australian memoirs of dying’, TEXT Special Issue 35, October 2016, http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue35/Brien.pdf

Brien, Donna Lee ‘Bringing a Taste of Abroad to Australian Readers: Australian Wines & Food Quarterly 1956-1960’, MC Journal, 19.5, October 2016, http://journal.media-culture.org.au/index.php/mcjournal

Donna Lee Brien and Margaret McAllister ‘“Sunshine has a taste, you know”: Using regional food memoirs to develop values-based food practices”, Locale: The Pacific Journal of Regional Food Studies, 5, 32-57, 2016, published as 2015

McAllister, Margaret and Donna Lee Brien, ‘Psychiatric Museums: The Return of the Undead Asylum’, Aeternum: Journal of Contemporary Gothic Studies, 3.1, June 2016, 49-62

Brien, Donna Lee and Alison Vincent, ‘Oh for a French wife?: Australian women and culinary Francophilia in post-war Australia’, Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, 22, 2016, 78-90

Beckton, Denise, Donna Lee Brien and Ulrike Sturm and ‘Facilitating student peer-to-peer mentoring online: a case study’, ‘Mentor’ issue, M/C Journal, May 2016

Donna Lee Brien and Margaret McAllister, ‘Becoming Authentic Multidisciplinary or Interdisciplinary Researchers: Methodological Practices and Outcomes’, TEXT Special issue 34, eds Simon Dwyer, Rachel Franks, Monica Galassi and Kirsten Thorpe, April 2016

Seymour, Jessica, Denise Beckton, Eugen Bacon, Donna Lee Brien, Gyps Curmi, Maree Kimberley, Jodi McAlister, Catriona Mills and Shivaun Plozza (2015) A series of fortunate readers: a collaborative review article of important Australasian YA writing’, TEXT Special Issue 32: Why YA?: Researching, writing and publishing Young Adult fiction in Australia, TEXT, October 2015

Regina (Ineke) Acton, Zoe Allen, Vivianne Barry, Zela Bissett, Janet Blake, Donna Lee Brien, Sue Davis, Corinne Deering, Matt Eliot, Catherine Gamble, Vanessa Gregory, Pam Miller, Kathie Roberts, Irene Waters, Libby Woodhouse and Lucy Yule (listed on site as ‘Various’) ‘At land’s edge: three collaborative poems’, TEXT Special Issue 30: Creative Writing as Research IV, TEXT, October 2015, online

Donna Lee Brien (2015) ‘Women, birth, life and death: from the fictionalised diary of Mary Dean’, TEXT Special Issue 30: Creative Writing as Research IV, October 2015

Donna Lee Brien (2015) What about young adult non-fiction?: profiling the young adult memoir’, TEXT Special Issue 32: Why YA?: Researching, writing and publishing Young Adult fiction in Australia. October 2015

Jen Webb and Donna Lee Brien (2015) ‘Examining the Creative Arts Doctorate in Australia: Implications for supervisors’, Educational Philosophy and Theory: Incorporating ACCESS, online 7 August 2015, 10.1080/00131857.2015.1058697, at http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00131857.2015.1058697

McAllister, Margaret and Donna Lee Brien (2015). Haunted: Exploring Representations of Mental Health Through the Lens of the Gothic. Aeternum: The Journal of Contemporary Gothic Studies, 2(1), 72-90.

McAllister, Margaret, Irene Rogers and Donna Lee Brien (2015). Illuminating and inspiring: using television historical drama to cultivate contemporary nursing values and critical thinking. Contemporary Nurse. 10.1080/10376178.2015.1025470

Ulrike Sturm, Denise Beckton, and Donna Lee Brien (2015) ‘Curation on campus: the role of curation as a learning and teaching tool for creative industries students’, M/C Journal, 18.4, at http://journal.media-culture.org.au/index.php/mcjournal/article/view/1000

Donna Lee Brien, ‘Fat in contemporary autobiographical writing and publishing’, ‘Fat issue’, MC Journal, 18.3, June 2015

Brien, Donna Lee ‘The facts formed a line of buoys in the sea of my own imagination’: history, fiction and speculative biography’, TEXT special issue 28, April 2015

Alexander, June, Donna Lee Brien and Margaret McAllister, ‘“Better than novels, more accurate than histories, and even at times more dramatic than plays”: revisiting the diary’, TEXT: Journal of Writing and Writing Courses, April 2015

Brien, Donna Lee and Bronwyn Fredericks, ‘Collaborative writing to enhance cross-cultural understanding within the Academy’, Writing in Practice: The Journal of Creative Writing Research, vol. 1, 2015 http://www.nawe.co.uk/DB/current-wip-edition-2/articles/collaborative-writing-to-enhance-cross-cultural-understanding-within-the-academy.html

Fredericks, Bronwyn and Donna Lee Brien, ‘I Have Pen, Book And Food; Now, Let’s Write: Indigenising A Postgraduate Writing Workshop’, AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples, 10.4, 2015, 422-433.

Brien, Donna Lee and Jillian Adams, ‘Oral history as a key methodology in higher degree research in writing: issues and possibilities’, Oral History Australia Journal, 36, 2014, 37-42

Brien, Donna Lee ‘Vale Dearest Sandra’, Creative Writing as Research III’, Special issue 27, TEXT Journal, October, 2014 http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue27/Brien.pdf

Margaret Anderson, Denise Beckton, Chelsea Bond, Donna Lee Brien, Doseena Fergie, Gail Forrer, Bronwyn Fredericks, Judy Gould, Patrice Harald, Leanne King, Machellee Kosick, Marlene Longbottom, Anita K Milroy, Nayadin Persaud, Robyn Sandri, Lynne Stuart, Ulrike Sturm, Raelene Ward, Nereda White, Cathie Joanna Withyman 2014 ‘Collaborative scholarly creative writing: two poems. ‘Thoughts flow from mind to hands’ and ‘Coconut damper: a working recipe’ TEXT Special issue 27, TEXT, October, http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue27/Various.pdf

Anderson, Margaret, Bronwyn Fredericks and Donna Lee Brien 2014 ‘Beyond all the trends: Torres Strait Island Foods, past, present and future’, Journal of the Home Economics Institute of Australia, 21.2, 28-32.

McAllister, Margaret, Brien, Donna Lee, Flynn, Trudy, & Alexander, June ‘Things You Can Learn From Books: Exploring the Therapeutic Potential of Eating Disorder Memoirs’, International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 23, 2014, 553-560

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Forging continuing bonds from the dead to the living: Gothic commemorative practices along Australia’s Leichhardt Highway’, Gothic issue, MC Journal, 17.4, 2014, eds Lorna Piatti Farnell and Erin Mercer, http://journal.media-culture.org.au/index.php/mcjournal/article/viewArticle/858

Donna Lee Brien & Alison Owens, ‘Writing themselves: using creative writing to facilitate international student accounts of their intercultural experience’, New Writing: The International Journal for the Practice and Theory of Creative Writing (UK), 11.3. 359-374

McAllister, Margaret, Brien, Donna Lee, Alexander, June & Flynn, Trudi, ‘Exploring the Educative Potential of Eating Disorder Memoirs’, Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice, 9(2), 69-78

Brien, Donna Lee ‘In the best of taste: contemporary food writing as literature’, Taste and, and in, writing and publishing, Special issue 26, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Course, April 2014, online open access refereed journal, http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue26/content.htm

Brien, Donna Lee ‘‘The rise and fall of MasterChef magazine: An object biography’,, Introducing Australasian magazines: new perspectives on writing and publishing, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, Special Issue 25, eds Rosemary Williamson & Rebecca Johinke, April 2014, open access refereed journal http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue25/content.htm

Brien, Donna Lee ‘“Welcome creative subversions”: Experiment and innovation in recent biographical writing’, TEXT The Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, 18.1, April 2104, online open access refereed journal, http://www.textjournal.com.au/april14/brien.htm

Brien, Donna Lee ‘A Taste of Singapore: Singapore Food writing and Culinary Tourism’, Taste issue, MC Journal, 17.1, 2014, http://journal.media-culture.org.au/index.php/mcjournal/article/viewArticle/767

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘The cookbooks of Maria Kozslik Donovan’, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, 17.2, Special Issue no 24: Cookbooks: writing, reading and publishing culinary literature in Australasia, October 2013

Brien, Donna Lee and Margaret McAllister, ‘Off the shelf and into practice: creatively repackaging popular memoirs as educational resources in health disciplines’, TEXT: Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, 17.2, Special Issue no 23: Textbooks and educational texts in the 21st century: writing, publishing and reading October 2013

Brien, Donna Lee, Sandra Burr & Jen Webb ‘‘Fail better’: doctoral examination and the creative field’, TEXT: Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, 17.2, Special Issue no 22: Examination of doctoral degrees in creative arts: process, practice and standards’, October 2013

Susan Carson and Donna Lee Brien ‘Susan Carson in conversation with Donna Lee Brien’, TEXT: Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, 17.2, Special Issue no 22: Examination of doctoral degrees in creative arts: process, practice and standards’, October 2013

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Starving, bingeing and writing: memoirs of eating disorder as food writing’, TEXT: Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, 17.2, Special Issue no 18: Nonfiction now’ eds David Carlin and Francesca Rendle-Short, October 2013

Donna Lee Brien, ‘“Concern and sympathy in a pyrex bowl”: cookbooks and funeral foods’, MC Journal, 16.3, June 2013

Rachel Franks and Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Take the Most Tender Part of the Kangaroo’: Locating Archival and Other Food Studies Resources in Australian Public Collections’, Australasian Journal of Popular Culture, 2.1, June 2013

Brien, Donna Lee 2013 ‘New Zealand foodwriting: books and their writers’, Australasian Journal of Popular Culture, book reviews, vol. 2, no.1, pp. 141-146.

Franks, Rachel and Donna Lee Brien 2013 ‘Think Different / Be Different’, Incite, Jan-February, 2013, 35-6.

Barbara de la Harpe, Thembi Mason and Donna Lee Brien ‘Strategically strengthening learning and teaching leadership in the creative arts through the createED network’, ‘Strengthening Learning and Teaching in the Creative Arts: CreateEd 2008-2012’, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, Special Issue no 16, October 2012 , 1-14

Brien, Donna Lee and Rachel Franks, ‘Libraries and archives: trusted repositories of knowledge and vibrant engine rooms of creativity’, ‘Strengthening Learning and Teaching in the Creative Arts: CreateEd 2008-2012’, TEXT: The Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, Special Issue no 16, October 2012 , 1-15

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘The poisoner’s cookbook’, TEXT Special Issue no 15: Creative Work as Research 2, 2102, Nigel Krauth and Donna Lee Brien (eds), 1-12

Nigel Krauth and Donna Lee Brien, ‘Creative writing under the ERA: writing under duress, but relatively happy’, TEXT Special Issue no 15: Creative Work as Research 2, 2102, Nigel Krauth and Donna Lee Brien (eds), 1-15

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘“An Affaire de Stomach”: Promoting and resisting culinary change in Australian and New Zealand in the 1920s’, The Aristologist: An Antipodean Journal of Food History (New Zealand), 2, 2012, 43-55, Kōwhiti House Ltd, Kelburn, Wellington, ISSN 2253-5225

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Powdered, essence or brewed?: Cooking with coffee in Australia in the 1950s and 1960s’, MC Journal, May 2012

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘‘First catch your Weka’: A tasting plate of recent New Zealand food writing [Review article]’, TEXT, 16.1, April 2012,

Brien, Donna Lee, Marcelle Freiman, Jeri Kroll, Jen Webb, ‘The Australian Association of Writing programs’, New Writing: The International Journal for the Practice and Theory of Creative Writing, UK, (A* Journal), 8.3, 2011, 238-263

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Learning the “lessons of the arts”: Creativity and creative arts educators today’, Creativity Arts Special themed edition, Studies in Learning, Evaluation, Innovation and Development, November 2011

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Pathways into an “elaborate ecosystem”: Ways of categorising the food memoir’, TEXT, October 2011

Webb, Jen, Donna Lee Brien and Sandra Burr Leading the leaders: Enhancing the examination of creative arts doctoral degrees’ TEXT Special Issue 12: Leadership in writing and the creative arts, October 2011 http://www.textjournal.com.au

Brien, Donna Lee and Lynda Hawyluk, ‘Facilitiating “storied relationships to a place”: The capacity of the university to lead communities towards resilience through creative arts activities’, TEXT, Special issue 12: Leadership in writing and the creative arts, October 2011, 1-12 http://www.textjournal.com.au/

Adele Wessell and Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Australian cookbooks for younger readers: From Flora Pell to Junior MasterChef’, Write4Children, UK, October 2011

Brien, Donna Lee, Margaret Fulton: A study of a 1960s Australian food writer as an activist’, Coolibah, Australian Studies Centre of the University of Barcelona, 2011 (ISSN 1988-5946), double blind peer-reviewed and listed on the MLA International Bibliography and Directory of Periodicals

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘“Porky times”: A Brief Gastrobiography of New York’s The Spotted Pig’, ‘pig’ issue, MC Journal: A Journal of Media and Culture, 13.5. October 2010

Brien, Donna Lee, Sandra Burr and Jen Webb, ‘“Dispirited, often ineffectual, and in some respects corrupt”?: re-assessing ‘the invisible hand’ of peer review’, TEXT Special Issue, October 2010

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Rewriting a national cultural food icon: A gastrobiography of Vegemite’, ReWriting the Menu, TEXT Special Issue, October 2010

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘First loves’, The ERA Era: Creative Writing as Research, TEXT Special Issue, October 2010

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘From waste to superbrand: Making and keeping Vegemite a national icon’, 'waste' issue, edited by Kirsten Seale and Caroline Hamilton, MC Journal: A Journal of Media and Culture, 13.4, August 2010

Brien, Donna Lee, Writing to understand ourselves: An organisational history of the Australian Association of Writing Programs 1996–2010’, Text: Journal of Writing and Writing Courses, April 2010

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Beyond the recipe: The Australian food writer as activist’, Food chain issue, Griffith Review, 26, February, 2010, 172-178

Dugald Williamson, Russell McDougall and Brien, Donna Lee, ‘An “Odd Couple” for Cooperative Learning: The Writing Class Takes in the Committee Meeting’, International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (US), 20.3, dated 2008, published 2010 , 362-372

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Celebration or Manufacturing Nostalgia?: Constructing Histories of World Expo 88’, Queensland Review, 16.2, 2009,

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Disclosure in biographically-based fiction: The challenges of writing narratives based on true life stories, Disclose issue, M/C: Journal of Media and Culture, 12.5, December 2009

Brien, Donna Lee, Climate Change and the Contemporary Evolution of Foodways’, Climate issue, M/C: Journal of Media and Culture, 12.4, October 2009

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Based on a True Story’: The Problem of the Perception of Biographical Truth in Narratives Based on Real Lives’, Text: Journal of Writing and Writing Courses, October 2009

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Unplanned Educational Obsolescence: Is the ‘Traditional’ PhD Becoming Obsolete?’, Obsolete issue, M/C: Journal of Media and Culture, July 2009

Webb, Jen and Donna Lee Brien, ‘ “Agnostic” Thinking: Creative Writing as Practice-led Research’, Working Papers in Art and Design, 5, London, UK, July 2009 (Refereed proceedings produced as C Journal)

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Opening lines of Communication: Demanding Access to Quality Avenues for Research Dissemination’, Text: Journal of Writing and Writing Courses, April 2009

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘‘Brisbane will Never be the Same’: Tasting Change at World Expo ’88, Queensland Review, 15.2, 2008, 111-124

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Why Foodies Thrive in the Country: Mapping the Influence and Significance of the Rural and Regional Chef ‘, Country issue, M/C: Journal of Media and Culture, 11.5, October 2008

Brien, Donna Lee and Sue Currie, ‘Mythbusting Publishing: Questioning the current ‘runaway popularity’ of published life writing’, Publish issue, M/C: Journal of Media and Culture, 11.4, August 2008

Brien Donna Lee, ‘More than Just a Good Nosh Up: Women and Australian Food Writing’, TEXT: Journal of Writers and Writing Courses, 13.1, April 2008

Brien Donna Lee, Leonie Rutherford and Rosemary Williamson, ‘Hearth and Hotmail: Commodification of the Domestic Sphere in Emergent E-Sectors’, Home issue, M/C: Journal of Media and Culture, August 2007

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Higher Education in the Corporate Century: Choosing Collaborative rather than Entrepreneurial or Competitive Models’, New Writing: The International Journal for the Practice and Theory of Creative Writing, UK, 4.2, 2007, 157-170 (A* Journal)

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Facilitating Futures in The Creative Industries: A Study of Regional Australian University Writing Students’, Creativity and Play in the Regions Special themed edition, Studies in Learning, Evaluation, Innovation and Development, 4.1, July 2007, 29-40

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Developing and Enhancing Creativity: A Case Study of the Special Challenges of Teaching Writing in Hong Kong’, TEXT: The Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs, 12.1, April 2007

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Australian Celebrity Chefs 1950-1980: A Preliminary Study’, Australian Folklore, 21, November 2006, 201-218

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘The Real Filth in American Psycho’, Filth issue, M/C: Journal of Media and Culture, 9.5, November 2006

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Hong Kong Students, Writing and Creativity’, Writing Macao, 4, Special Issue: Collaboration in Creative Writing, 2006

Kroll, J and Donna Lee Brien, ‘Studying For The Future: Training Creative Writing Postgraduates For Life After Degrees’, Australian Online Journal of Arts Education, 2.1. 31 July 2006, 1-13

Brien DL, ‘Recent Resources for Teachers of Creative Writing: A Review Article’, TEXT: The Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs, 11.1, April 2006

Webb, Jen and Donna Lee Brien, ‘Future Strategic Directions for Research in Writing: A Wish List’, Text: The Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs, 11.1, April 2006

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Creative Practice as Research: A Creative Writing Case Study’, Creativity and Practice-led Research issue, Media International Australia – Culture and Policy, 118, February 2006, 53-9 (A* Journal)

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘True Tales that Nurture: Defining Auto/Biographical Storytelling’, Australian Folklore, 19, November 2004, 84-95

Brien, Donna Lee and Tess Brady, ‘The Internationalisation of a Manuscript: Finding the Potent Generic’, Text: The Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs, October 2003, 8.2, October 2004

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘The Problem of Where to Start: A Foundation Question for Creative Writing Higher Degree Candidates and Supervisors’, in Julie Fletcher and Allan Mann (eds), Illuminating the Exegesis, University of Ballarat, Text special issue, 3, April 2004

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Imagining Mary Dean: Representing Another’s Life in Text’, M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture, 14 January 2004

Brien, Donna Lee and Axel Bruns, ‘Teaching Electronic Creative Writing: A Report from the Creative Industries Frontline’, Issues in Writing, 13.2, Spring/Summer 2003, University of Wisconsin, 153-78

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Introducing Josie Montano: Writer of Children and Young Adult’s Fiction and Non-fiction’ dotlit: The Online Journal of Creative Writing, 4.2. November 2003

Brien, Donna Lee and Tess Brady, ‘Collaborative Practice: Categorising Forms of Collaboration for Practitioners’, Text: The Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs, 7.2, October 2003

Brien, Donna Lee and Helen Yeates, ‘“What’s Love Got To Do With It?”: International perspectives on the cultural construction of love’, M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture, 5.6, November 2002

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Being Honest About Lying: Defining the Limits of Auto/biographical Lying’, Text: The Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs, 6.1, April 2002

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘”But I Came Here to Study Writing, Not Reading”: Strategies to Encourage Creative Writing students to Read’, Media and Culture Review, CMP, Brisbane, August 2001

Brien, Donna Lee and Philip Neilsen, ‘Why Don’t Our Students Read?’, Text: The Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs, 5.1, April 2001

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘A Virtual Interview with Michael Steinberg, Text: The Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs, 5.1, April 2001

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Is the Future On-line?: Literary Journals and Small Presses in Cyberspace’, Writing Queensland, November 2000, 21-22

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Antoni Jach’s Circus: A Hypertext Reflection on Poetry, Animal Cruelty and Dr. Seuss’, dotlit: The Online Journal of Creative Writing, 1.2. November 2000

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Paris 1920’, dotlit: The Online Journal of Creative Writing, 1.1, August 2000

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Plague Letters’, TEXT: The Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs, April 2000

Brien, Donna Lee and Philip Neilsen, ‘Research and Truth: Creative Writing as a Fact-based Endeavour’, Text: The Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs, 4.1, April 2000

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘The Place Where the Real and the Imagined Coincides: An Introduction to Australian Creative Nonfiction, Australian Creative Nonfiction, Text: The Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs, Special Website series, April 2000

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘A Virtual Interview with Lee Gutkind’, Text: The Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs, 4.1, April 2000

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Just the Sort of Day Jack had Always Loved’, M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture, 2.8, 1999

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Off-line Perspectives on On-Line Publishing: Reviewing Electronic Journals at QUT’, M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture, September 1999

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘“The Most Hated Women in Sydney”: Mary Dean and the Challenges of Writing Fictionalised Biography’, Journal of Australian Studies, 63, 1999, 80-6, 191-92

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘True Crime Fiction as Criminal History’, Australian Feminist Law Journal, 13, October 1999, 133-44

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Interview with Michael Wilding’, Imago: New Writing, 11.2, 1999, 15-21

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘John Power: A Private Iconography’, Art and Australia, Summer 1991, 184-89

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘The Pastoral, the Past, the Machine: Henry Ford and his Modern Times’, Past & Present, 2, 1988, 12-30

Conference Presentations

Paper accepted, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Changing society plate by plate: Australian 1970s women food writers as activists’, How The Personal Became Political: Re-Assessing Australia’s Revolutions in Gender and Sexuality in the 1970s. An Interdisciplinary 2-Day Symposium, ANU, Canberra, 6-7 March 2017

Paper delivered, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘‘Drunk Mums’: Contemporary Gothic Memoirs of Transgressive Alcohol Consumption’, Excess, Desire and Twenty-First Century Women’s Writing Conference, The University of Queensland, St Lucia, 8–10 February 2017

Invited plenary address, Brien, Donna Lee, The Gothic memoir: writers, works and future research possibilities’, ‘Gothic Afterlives: Mutations, Histories, and Returns’: The Gothic Association of New Zealand and Australia (GANZA) 3rd biennial conference, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand, 23-24 January 2017

Paper delivered, Margaret McAllister and Donna Lee Brien, ‘Nurses’ encounters with the afterlife: An exploration of ghostly incarnations in Balagueró’s film “Fragile” (2005)’, ‘Gothic Afterlives: Mutations, Histories, and Returns’: The Gothic Association of New Zealand and Australia (GANZA) 3rd biennial conference, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand, 23-24 January 2017

Paper accepted, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Writing and publishing gourmet food and wine magazines in Australia 1956-1970: a comparative survey’, Mapping the Magazine 4 (MtM4) Conference, University of Sydney, 12-14 December 2016 [paper withdrawn as unable to attend]

Paper accepted, ‘The productive use of biofiction in writing Australian women’s lives: the case of Caroline Adams / Carolynne Seymour’, Symposium on Reading and Writing Australasian Historical Biofictions, 8 December 2016, La Trobe University, Melbourne [paper withdrawn as unable to attend]

Invited keynote address, RMIT

Paper proposal accepted, ‘Australian 1940s and post-war vegetarian cookbooks and food writing: practical, gastronomic and/or utopian dietary choice?’, Utopian Appetites: The 21st Symposium of Australian Gastronomy, William Angliss Institute and University of Melbourne, Melbourne 2-6 December 2016 [paper withdrawn as unable to attend]

Invited keynote address, RMIT

Paper delivered, Brien, Donna Lee, Margaret McAllister, Alison Owens and Denise Beckton, ‘Robbing from Peter to Pay Paul?: Insights from a study investigating Interdisciplinary Doctoral Research Training Opportunities’, Authorised Theft’, Australasian Association of Writing Programs, 21st Annual Conference, University of Canberra 28-30 November 2016

Proposal accepted, Donna Lee Brien, Mapping Charmian Clift and George Johnston’s literary collaborative practice’, Half the Perfect World: Post-war Literary Expatriation and Sociability conference, Hotel Bratsera, Hydra, Greece, 27-28 September 2016 (cannot attend, paper solicited for publication)

Paper accepted, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Australian Women Writers as Activists: Food Writers of the 1960s and 1970s’, Wild/flower Women: Reflections on artists, environment and activism Symposium, 23 November 2016, CQUniversity Noosa (cannot attend, paper withdrawn)

Paper delivered, Donna Lee Brien and Gail Pittaway, ‘Working together across the ditch: Australasian approaches to research for creative writing projects’, Ahi-Ka: The second conference of the Aotearoa Creative Writing Research Network, AUT, Auckland, New Zealand, September 2016

Plenary address delivered, Donna Lee Brien, ‘Past initiatives, present activities, future directions’, Death, Dying and the Undead, 2nd Australasian Death Studies Network Conference, CQUniversity Noosa 2016

Paper delivered, Donna Lee Brien, ‘Making stories of our own ends: Australian memoirs of dying’, Death, Dying and the Undead, 2nd Australasian Death Studies Network Conference, CQUniversity Noosa 2016

Paper delivered, McAllister, Margaret and Donna Lee Brien, ‘Using illness memoirs to build empathy and therapeutic optimism in mental health practitioners’, The 3rd Global Meeting of the Empathy Project, 14-16 July 2016Mansfield College, Oxford [MM present]

Paper delivered, Margaret McAllister, Donna Lee Brien and Lorna Piatti-Farnell, ‘Tainted love: Gothic imaging of nurses in popular culture’, Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand Annual Conference, Sydney, June 2016

Paper delivered, Donna Lee Brien, ‘Troy Chin and the graphic memoir’, 28th Annual International Society for the Animation Studies Conference, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, June 2016

Paper delivered, Donna Lee Brien, ‘The art and possibilities of the speculative biography’, Great Writing, London, 18-19 June 2016

Paper delivered, Donna Lee Brien, ‘Revolutions in Gastronomic Publishing in Post-war Australia’, Food and Revolution: Third biennial Dublin Gastronomy Symposium 2016, DIT, Dublin, Ireland, 31 May–1 June 2016

Invited keynote address delivered, Donna Lee Brien, “Australian Speculative Biography: Recovering Forgotten Lives”, Forgotten lives/Biographies Conference, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, 28 April 2016

Workshop developer and facilitator, Donna Lee Brien, ‘Publishing as a postgraduate’ or ‘Successful RHDs in creative arts – from examiners’ viewpoints’, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, 27 April 2016 [delivered instead a series of guest supervisions]

Proposal accepted, Donna Lee Brien and Margaret McAllister, ‘Multidisciplinary and Interdisciplinary Approaches to Research Training: Challenges and Opportunities’, QPR2016: Quality in Postgraduate Research Conference, National Wine Centre, Flinders University, Adelaide, 20-22 April 2016 [unable to attend conference due to other responsibilities]

Presentation delivered, Donna Lee Brien, ‘Forgotten Post-war Australian Women Food Writers’, Pre-Run Re-Run, CQUniversity Noosa, 18 April 2016

Presentation delivered, Donna Lee Brien, From “household names to obscurity”: Forgotten Post-war Australian Women Food Writers’, ‘Intersections in History’. Australian Women’s History Network Conference, Melbourne, 31 March–1 April 2016

Presentation delivered, Donna Lee Brien, ‘Heston Blumenthal’s culinary television and the Gothic’, School of Education and the Arts Symposium, CQUniversity, Noosa, Qld, 12 February 2016

Presentation delivered, Donna Lee Brien, ‘The Australasian death memoir: a preliminary taxonomical survey’, Enlightened: Narratives and Narrative Strategies to awaken applied and creative humanism: The Inaugural Narrative, Health And Wellbeing Research Conference, CQUniversity, Noosa, Qld, 8 February 2016

Invited presentation delivered, Donna Lee Brien, ‘Something diabolical but delicious’: Heston Blumenthal’s culinary television and the Gothic’, Popular Culture Centre symposium, Popular Culture Centre, AUT, Auckland, New Zealand, 4 February 2016

Invited presentation delivered, Donna Lee Brien and Alison Owens, ‘Assisting international students develop and publish accounts of learning transformation due to their Australian experiences, CQUniversity Learning and Teaching week, CQUniversity, 4 December 2015

Invited presentation, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Final plenary panel’ Locating Lives: The Inaugural Conference for the IABA Asia-Pacific Chapter, City Campus, Flinders University, Adelaide, SA, 1-4 December 2015

Proposal accepted, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Surveying the death memoir in Australasia’ Locating Lives: The Inaugural Conference for the IABA Asia-Pacific Chapter, City Campus, Flinders University, Adelaide, SA, 1-4 December 2015

Proposal accepted, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Remaking the dead, reanimating the past: surveying the undertaker’s memoir’, AAWP Annual conference, Swinburne University, Melbourne, 29 November–1 December 2015

Presentation delivered/workshop convened Brien, Donna Lee ‘The Scholarship of Teaching Creative Writing‘, Griffith University, 5-6 November 2015

Workshop convened Brien, Donna Lee ‘Writing the ERA Research Statement’, Griffith University, 5-6 November 2015

Presentation delivered, session leaders, Margaret McAllister and Donna Lee Brien, ‘Improving RHD student writing skills to a PhD level’, Postgraduate Supervisors’ Community of Practice, CQUniversity, 28 October 2015

Presentation delivered, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Writers and Digital Afterlives’, Death, Dying and Undead Conference (inaugural Australasian Death Studies Network conference), CQUniversity Noosa, 12 October 2015

Presentation delivered, Margaret McAllister and Donna Lee Brien, ‘The problem of the ‘good nurse’: re-examining auto/biographical narratives of the not-so-good’, Cosmopolitanism/ Women Writers/Biography: A Symposium at the University of Queensland, University of Queensland, St Lucia/Brisbane, 13-14 July 2015

Presentation delivered, Donna Lee Brien, ‘Recovering forgotten Australian food writers: Wivine de Stoop’, Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand annual conference, Wellington New Zealand, 29 June–1 July 2015

Presentation delivered, Margaret McAllister and Donna Lee Brien, ‘Looking back to see ahead: Reassessing The Snake Pit for its Gothic codes and significance’, Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand annual conference, Wellington, New Zealand, 29 June–1 July 2015

Invited Visiting Professorial Research Fellow address delivered, Donna Lee Brien, ‘Between Dying and Resting In Peace: A Preliminary Taxonomic Survey of the Undertaker’s Memoir’, Popular Culture Research Centre, AUT, New Zealand, 24 June 2015

Seminar Workshop delivered/facilitated, Donna Lee Brien, ‘Publishing in Popular Culture’, AUT Auckland, June 2015

Seminar Workshop delivered/facilitated, Donna Lee Brien, ‘Collaborative Writing at Land’s Edge’, Living at Land’s Edge, A CQU Noosa – TEDx Noosa Symposium, 6 June 2015

Invited presentation delivered, Donna Lee Brien, ‘Memory and Fostering Creativity’, Living at Land’s Edge, A CQU Noosa – TEDx Noosa Symposium, 6 June 2015

TEDx Talk delivered, Donna Lee Brien, ‘The Last Meal’, TEDx Noosa, 31 May 2015

Paper delivered, Donna Lee Brien, ‘The Last Meal’, Pre-Run, Re-Run series, Noosa campus, 27 May 2015

Paper delivered, Donna Lee Brien and Margaret McAllister ‘Revisioning Research in Social and Cultural Practice: Multidisciplinary / Interdisciplinary Research Methodologies’, III Inaugural Conference: Re-visioning Space(s), Time and Bodies, State Library of New South Wales, 9-11 April 2015

Paper delivered, Donna Lee Brien and Margaret McAllister ‘Multidisciplinary / Interdisciplinary Research Methodologies’, PreRun-ReRun series, CQUniversity, Noosa campus, 20 March 2015

Paper delivered, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Transgressive consumption memoirs: the alcohol-based memoir as Gothic life writing’, PreRun-ReRun series, CQUniversity, Noosa campus, 2 March 2015

Paper delivered, Brien, Donna Lee Memoirs of transgressive consumption: the alcohol-based memoir as Gothic life writing’, Popular Gothic Symposium, Popular Culture Research Centre, AUT, Auckland, New Zealand, 4-6 February 2015

Paper proposed, Margaret McAllister and Donna Lee Brien, ‘Memoirs of eating disorders: A creative approach to assist mental health students to develop a strong values base to support clinical effectiveness’, 6th International Clinical Skills Conference

Paper delivered, Margaret McAllister and Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Haunted: Mental Health and the Gothic, Gothic Spaces: Boundaries, Mergence, Liminalities: The Gothic Association of New Zealand and Australia (GANZA) biennial conference, Novotel Darling Harbour, Sydney, 21-22 January 2015

Paper delivered, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Gothic life writing: exploring the Gothic memoir’, Gothic Spaces: Boundaries, Mergence, Liminalities: The Gothic Association of New Zealand and Australia (GANZA) biennial conference, Novotel Darling Harbour, Sydney, 21-22 January 2015

Paper accepted, Brien, Donna Lee and Margaret McAllister, 'Shaping the future: interdisciplinary, innovative approaches to enhance therapeutic engagement with the person experiencing disordered eating', Australian College of Mental Health Nurses 40th International Mental Health Nursing Conference 2014

Panel delivered, Refereed stream, Contributing Chair, Donna Lee Brien, ‘Editing and publishing the gap: attempting to catch what otherwise might fall through’, Minding the Gap: writing across thresholds and faultlines: 19th Annual AAWP Conference Massey University, Wellington, 30 November–2 December, 2014

Paper delivered, Refereed stream, Donna Lee Brien, ‘Transgressive consumption: reading between the lines of the alcohol-based memoir’, Minding the Gap: Writing Across Thresholds and Faultlines: 19th Annual AAWP Conference, Massey University, Wellington, 30 November-2 December, 2014

Paper delivered, Brien, Donna Lee and Margaret McAllister, ‘Using regional food memoirs and immersive storytelling to develop values-based food practices’, 4th Regional Food Cultures and Networks Conference, Byron Bay, NSW, 16-18 November 2014

Paper delivered, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Beyond the addiction or mental catastrophe narrative: defining the alcohol-based memoir’, School of Education and the Arts Research Symposium 2014, CQUniversity, Rockhampton, 25-26 September 2014

Paper delivered, Brien, Donna Lee & Jillian Adams, ‘Oral history as a key methodology in higher degree research in writing: issues and possibilities’, Evolution of Oral History Symposium, Oral History Victoria, 21 June 2014

Paper delivered, Brien, Donna Lee & Alison Owens, “‘Sydney harbour water has just the right amount of salt for soup”: Englishes in fictionalised biographical writing’, PopCAANZ, Hobart, 18-10 June 2014 (Biography stream)

Paper delivered, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Contemporary food memoir in Singapore: authors, publishers, forms and styles’, PopCAANZ, Hobart, 18-20 June 2014 (Food stream)

Paper delivered, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Mission – to incite hunger: the contemporary Singaporean food memoir’, ‘Cravings/Desire’, Dublin Gastronomy Symposium (DGS) 2014, Dublin, Ireland, 3-4 June 2014

Paper delivered, McAllister, Margaret & Donna Lee Brien, ‘Investigating the educative potential of eating disorder memoirs’, A shared approach: Assessment, Prevention & Treatment, 2014 Eating Disorders and Obesity Conference: Gold Coast, Gold Coast, Queensland, 2014

McAllister, Margaret & Brien, Donna Lee, paper delivered, ‘Exploring the therapeutic potential of book-length eating disorder memoirs’, Academy for Eating Disorders’ 2014 International Conference on Eating Disorders (ICED)AED, New York, 2014

Workshop delivered, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Publishing Practice-Led research’, Creative and Performing Arts Seminar Series, CQUniversity, May 2014, Noosa and Blackboard Collaborate

Workshop delivered, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Starting the research and creative writing year’, Creative and Performing Arts Seminar Series, CQUniversity, 5 March 2014, Noosa and Blackboard Collaborate

Convenor and presenter, Brien, Donna Lee, and Professor Margaret McAllister, RHD Research Development Day, Noosa, 19 March 2014 (28 participants)

Workshop delivered, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Starting the research and creative writing year’, Creative and Performing Arts Seminar Series, CQUniversity, 5 March 2014, Noosa and Blackboard Collaborate

OLT grant funded workshop delivered, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Collaborative Research Practice’, University of Canberra, 13 March 2014 (will be delivered at CQU in April 2014)

Refereed paper delivered, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Maria Kozslik Donovan and the task of recovering forgotten food writers’, Adelaide International Food Studies Conference, University of Adelaide, Adelaide 17-19 February 2013

Invited seminar paper delivered, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘The creative arts doctorate’, Wintec, Hamilton, New Zealand, December 2013

Invited seminar paper delivered, Brien Donna Lee, ‘Collaborative research in the arts and humanities’, AUT, Auckland, New Zealand, December 2013

Invited presentation delivered, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Creative Theses: The researcher, the creative work and the exegesis: (an examiners view), Limerick School of Art & Design, Limerick, Ireland, November 2013

Invited seminar paper delivered, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Publishing as a Creative Academic: TEXT as a case study’, Creative Writing and Postgraduate Research Network, University of Winchester, UK, 30 October 2013

Invited seminar paper delivered, Brien Donna Lee, ‘The eating disorder memoir as creative product’, University of Winchester, UK, October 2013

Refereed paper delivered, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Gendered dimensions of the eating disorder memoir’, 3rd Regional Food Cultures and Networks Conference, 29-31 October 2013, Daylesford, Victoria, Australia

Refereed paper delivered, Brien, Donna Lee, Jen Webb & Sandra Burr, ‘Failure’, Creative Manoeuvres: Making, Saying, Being, UCanberra, Canberra, 25-27 November, 2013

Keynote address delivered, ‘The Creative Writing PhD by creative work and exegesis’, Creative Ecologies, UWS, October 2013

Refereed paper delivered, Brien, Donna Lee ‘Reading the eating disorder memoir as food writing’, PopCAANZ, Brisbane, June 2013

Refereed paper delivered, Rachel Franks, Donna Lee Brien and Marta Usiekniewicz, ‘Murder, They Cooked: the role of food in crime fiction’, PopCAANZ, Brisbane, June 2013

Paper accepted, Brien, Donna Lee and Jill Adams, ‘Cookbook in a Day: Creative writing for the classroom and community groups’, Great Writing, UK, June 2013

Paper accepted, Jill Adams and Donna Lee Brien ‘Creative Food Writing in 1950’s Australia: An emerging genre’, Great Writing, UK, June 2013

Proposal accepted, Rachel Franks, Donna Lee Brien and Marta Usiekniewicz, ‘Murder, They Cooked: the role of food in crime fiction’, PopCAANZ, Brisbane, June 2013

Donna Lee Brien, ‘Eating disorder food memoirs’, PopCAANZ, Brisbane, June 2013

Brien, Donna Lee and Steven Pace, ‘Creative and Performing Arts Special Interest Group of LTERC: Achievements, Strategies and Plans’, LTERC Seminar Series, May 2013

Paper Presented, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘What is the creative arts doctorate and what can it do? Research training in the creative disciplines’, Creative and Performing Arts Seminar Series, March 2013

Paper Presented, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Funeral Feasting: Investigating a Lacunae in Contemporary Food Writing’, Higher Education Division seminar series, Feb 2013

Paper Presented, Brien, Donna Lee, Jen Web and Sandra Burr, ‘Examining the creative arts doctorate in Australia: Supervisors and their students’, ESCARD Conference, QUT, February 2013

Refereed paper presented, Brien, Donna Lee, Webb, Jen and Sandra Burr, ‘Standards, not standardisation’: examining the creative arts doctorate in Australia’, The Creative Arts Learning and Teaching Network (CALTN) Conference, Hobart, Tasmania, February 2013

Paper presented, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Funeral Feasting: Investigating a Lacunae in Contemporary Food Writing’, Gothic Antipodes: An Interdisciplinary Conference, The Gothic Association of New Zealand and Australia (GANZA) inaugural conference, Stamford Plaza Hotel, Auckland, New Zealand, 22-23 January 2013

Refereed Paper Presented, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Making the modern: The role of food writing and publishing in promoting and resisting change in Australia and New Zealand in the 1920s’, Encounters: Place, Situation, Context, 17h Annual AAWP Conference, Geelong, 25-27 November 2012

Refereed Paper Presented, Webb, Jen (UCanberra), Brien, Donna Lee & Sandra Burr (UCanberra), ‘Facing the final hurdle: Creative arts PhD programs and examination standards’, Encounters: Place, Situation, Context, 17th Annual AAWP Conference, Geelong, 25-27 November 2012

Refereed panel chaired, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Food writing as Nonfiction form’, NonFiction Now, Melbourne, November 2012

Paper Presented, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Writing the anorexia memoir’, NonFiction Now, Melbourne, November 2012

Paper Presented, Brien, Donna Lee, From the Big Banana to Raffles’ kitchen garden: Lessons for food tourism writing in New South Wales from Singapore’, Networks Build Cultures: 2nd Australasian Food Cultures and Networks Conference, Barossa Valley, South Australia, 12-13 November 2012

Refereed Paper Presented, Jen Webb, Donna Lee Brien and Sandra Burr, ‘Research training in the creative disciplines: the ‘double doctorate’, the ‘Clayton’s PhD’, or ‘a new kind of practice’?’, ‘Creative Outposts: The changing function of art & design education within Diasporic cultures and borderless communities: ACUADS Conference 2012, Central Institute of Technology, Curtin University and Edith Cowan University, ECU, Perth, 3-5 October 2012

Paper Presented, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘The Art and Food of Maria Kozslik Donovan’, Art & Food Symposium, Dunedin School of Art and the programme in the Culinary Arts at the Otago Polytechnic and the Centre for Sustainability and Food Science, University of Otago (Dunedin, New Zealand), 23-24 August 2012

Paper Presented, Brien, Donna Lee ‘Championing and resisting change: Food writing and publishing in Australia and New Zealand in the 1920s’, Faculty Research Seminar Series, CQUniversity, 15 August 2012

Keynote address, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘The Creative PhD: The Exegesis, The Candidate and Examination’, Faculty of AHSS Research Postgraduate Student Conference, Southern Cross University, 31 July 2012

Paper presentation, Donna Lee Brien ‘Research Higher Degree Thesis Examination in Creative Arts Doctoral Programs: Policies and Standards’, Faculty Research Seminar Series, CQUniversity, 25 July 2012

Paper Presentation, Webb Jen and Donna Lee Brien, ‘Policies and practices: Examining the PhD in creative writing’, Great Writing, Imperial College, London, 16-17 June 2012

Invited seminar paper presented, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘The creative PhD: Examination standards’, University of Adelaide, June 2012

Paper presented, Jill Adams and Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Recipes for Romance: Australian popular food writing’, Popular Culture Association of Australia and NZ, Melbourne, June 2012

Paper presented, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Maria Kozslik Donovan: An influential food writing career’, Food Studies stream, Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand, June 2012

Paper presentation presented, Donna Lee Brien ‘Finding forgotten Australian food writers: Maria Kozslik Donovan’, Faculty Research Seminar Series, CQUniversity, 15 May 2012

Lynda Hawryluk and Donna Lee Brien, ‘Resurfacing even stronger after the flooding: Building engagement utilising practice-based approaches underpinned with research methodologies’, LTERC Seminar series, CQUniversity, April 2012

Invited Panel proposal accepted, Donna Lee Brien, Dr Marcelle Freiman, Professor Jeri Kroll, Dr Gail Pittaway, Professor Jen Webb (3 papers), Invited Panel, ‘Mobilising support, creativity and innovation: The Australasian Association of Writing Programs 1996-2011’, Canadian Creative Writers and Writing Programs (CCWWP) Annual Conference, Toronto, May 2012 (panel withdrawn due to inability of panel members to attend - have been advised will be held over to next year - Canadian association is modelling its constitution and working practices on the AAWP)

Paper proposal accepted, Donna Lee Brien, ‘Australian food writers and writing: current trends’, Canadian Creative Writers and Writing Programs (CCWWP) Annual conference, Toronto, May 2012 (paper withdrawn due to inability of other panel members to attend - have been advised will be held over to next year - Canadian association is modelling its constitution and working practices on the AAWP)

Paper proposal accepted, Brien, Donna Lee, Marcelle Freiman, Jeri Kroll and Jen Webb, ‘The Australasian Association of Writing Programs as Mentor: Fostering Best Practice in Creative Writing Research Higher Degrees’, 10th Quality in Postgraduate Research conference: Narratives of Transition: Perspectives of Research Leaders, Educators & Postgraduates, Adelaide, 17-20 April 2012

Paper proposal accepted, Jen Webb, Donna Lee Brien and Sandra Burr ‘Facing the final hurdle: creative arts PhD students and examination standards’, 10th Quality in Postgraduate Research conference: Narratives of Transition: Perspectives of Research Leaders, Educators & Postgraduates, Adelaide, 17-20 April 2012

Invited paper presented, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘The wedding ‘feast’ as event, ‘On the Wedding Feast, the Wedding Cake and the Wedding Dress’, The Channon Gallery, The Channon (NSW), 24 March 2012 (also chaired event)

Paper presented, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘PhD examination: Authority, power and the ethics of examination, LTERC Seminar series, 13 March 2012, Noosa, CQUniversity

Paper presented, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Something out of this world’: 1950s Australian regional culinary and wine tourism in serial publications’, 1st Australasian Regional Food Cultures Conference, Tweed Heads, 29-30 November 2011

Paper presented, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘An affaire de stomach’1: Australian and New Zealand 1920s food writing’, 1920s: 5th New Zealand Symposium for Food History, Auckland, 25-27 November 2011

Paper presented, Sandra Burr (UCanberra), Jen Webb (UCanberra) & Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Ethical examiners: authority, power and the ethics of examination’ (Refereed paper), Ethical Imaginations: Writing Worlds. Ethical concerns and their implications in literature and writing: 16th Annual AAWP Conference, Byron Bay, 23-25 November 2011

Paper presented, Adele Wessell (SCU) & Brien, Donna Lee, ‘From “training in citizenship and home-making” to “plating up”: Writing Australian cookbooks for younger readers’ (Refereed paper), Ethical Imaginations: Writing Worlds. Ethical concerns and their implications in literature and writing: 16th Annual AAWP Conference, Byron Bay, 23-25 November 2011

Paper presented, Donna Lee Brien, Sandra Burr and Jen Webb, ‘Examining doctoral writing in the creative arts’, Doctoral writing in the visual and performing arts: challenges and diversities, Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney, 17-18 November 2011

Plenary Paper presented, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘The creative PhD: the exegesis’, Creative Ecologies postgraduate event, UWS, Hawkesbury campus, September 2011

Plenary Paper commissioned, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘1960s cakes in serial publications’, Cake: A celebration, food studies public seminar event, William Angliss Institute, Melbourne, 26 August 2011 (with Jill Adams, William Angliss Institute)

Paper presented, Brien, Donna Lee and Lynda Hawryluk, ‘Resurfacing even stronger after the flooding: Building engagement utilising practice-based approaches’ [research paper], Next Steps: Building a New Engagement Agenda AUCEA Conference, Sydney, Australia, 11-13 July 2011

Paper accepted, Brien, Donna Lee and Adele Wessell (SCU), ‘From “training in citizenship and home-making” during the first world war to “plating up” in Junior MasterChef: Australian cookbooks for younger readers’, Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand, Auckland, New Zealand, 29 June-1 July 2011 [paper withdrawn]

Paper presented, Brien, Donna Lee, 1950s Australian popular food writing’, Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand, PopCAANZ, Auckland, New Zealand, 29 June-1 July 2011

Participant, Brien, Donna Lee, 18th Symposium of Australian Gastronomy: The Federation of Taste, 13-16 May 2011, Old Parliament House, Canberra

Paper presented, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘1950s Australian and American popular food writing’, Popular Culture Association American Culture Association, National Conference, San Antonio, Texas, USA, 20-23 April 2011

Keynote address presented, Brien, Donna Lee, Getting published as part of an integrated career strategy: research strategies for interested CQUniversity academic staff’, Research and Development for your community: CQU Research Showcase, Sydney campus, CQU, 13 April 2011

Paper presented, refereed stream, Jen Webb, Donna Lee Brien and Sandra Burr, ‘Examining the creative arts: Process, practice, standards’ (on ALTC project: Examining Doctoral Standards], Showcasing Research supervision: Experiences, Reflection and Transformation Conference, Melbourne, 7-8 April 2011 (full paper to be submitted to conference associated Quality Assurance in Education Journal if FoR codes appropriate)

Paper presented, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Current Creative and Performing Arts Research’, Research and Development for your community: CQU Research Showcase, Rockhampton campus, CQU, 7 April 2011

Paper presented, Brien, Donna Lee, Australian Food Writers as Activists’, Ist Creativity and Research Forum’ Research and Development for your community: CQU Research Showcase, Rockhampton campus, CQU, 7 April 2011

Paper presented, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Australian popular food writing in the 1960s’, FABIE Faculty Research Seminar, CQU, 23 March 2011

Refereed paper presented, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘A Delicious Phenomenon: Melbourne Food Publishing’, Food Traditions and Culinary Cultures Symposium, Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, William Angliss Institute, Melbourne, 12 March 2011

Paper presented, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘How women food writers change our lives’, Beyond the Kitchen: Australian Women Food Writers in a Changing Society, Making Public Histories, State Library of Victoria, Melbourne, 10 March 2011

Paper presented, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Margaret Fulton, Gay Bilson, Stephanie Alexander, Maggie Beer: How they have changed our lives’, Stirring the Pot: Women in the Business of Food Public Forum, National Museum of Australia, Canberra, 6 March 2011

Invited international presentations delivered, refereed stream, Association of Writing Programs (AWP), Washington US, Feb 2011, ‘Examining the PhD in Creative Writing’, Donna Lee Brien, Dr Maggie Butt (UK), Professor Jeri Kroll (Flinders U), Professor Jen Webb (U Canberra)

Paper presented, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Creative Arts Educators’, A Whole New Mind in Creative Arts and Creative Arts Education, School of Creative and Performing Arts Research Retreat, CQCM, CQUniversity, Australia, Mackay, 13-14 December 2010

Paper presented, refereed stream, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Writing Masterchef: MasterChef Magazine and contemporary Australian food writing’, Australasian Cultural Studies Association Conference, Byron Bay, 7-9 December 2010

Paper presented, refereed stream, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Re-cooking ‘the canon’ of Australian literature?: Classic 1960s Australian food writing’, Strange Bedfellows or Perfect Partners – The role of literary studies in Creative Writing Programs: 15th Annual AAWP Conference, RMIT, Melbourne, 25-27 November 2010

Paper presented, refereed stream, Graham, Clive & Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Beyond Both Literary and Writing Studies: Using Transdisciplinary Studies to Facilitate Mode 2 Learning In the Creative Industries and Creative Arts’, Strange Bedfellows or Perfect Partners – The role of literary studies in Creative Writing Programs: 15th Annual AAWP Conference, RMIT, Melbourne, 25-27 November 2010

Invited international presentation/workshops delivered, 1. Research in Practice; 2. Best-Practice Supervision’, Donna Lee Brien, Professor Jeri Kroll (Flinders U) and Professor Jen Webb (U Canberra), National Association for Writing in Education (NAWE), UK, November 2010

Invited international presentation, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘The food writer’s memoir’, Creativity, Writing and Culture Symposium, The University of Winchester, 10 November 2010

Invited expert paper, ‘Examining postgraduate theses in the creative arts from 2000-2010’ in the ‘This won’t hurt a bit!: A panel about examining Postgraduate theses’ panel, ignite! QUT Creative Industries Postgraduate Conference 2010, QUT, Brisbane, October 2010

Invited seminar presentation, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Food writers and their influence, University of Adelaide, SA, September 2010

Invited seminar presentation delivered, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘My life as a writer’, ‘Writers and their worlds’ seminar series, Flinders University, SA, 9 September 2010

Invited seminar presentation delivered, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Research-led teaching and Teaching-led Research’, Faculty of Humanities Research Centre seminar, convened Dr Kate Douglas, Flinders University, SA, 9 September 2010

Paper accepted, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘1960s Australian food writing in the popular magazine archive’, Archive Madness: ASAL 2010 conference, ASAL Association for the Study of Australian Literature, UNSW, Sydney, 7-10 July 2010

Paper delivered, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘‘Writing their lives in food’: the Australian food writers’ memoir’, PopCanNZ 2010: Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand inaugural conference, Sydney, 29 June-2 July 2010

Paper delivered, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘1968: The Australian Food Writers as Activist’, Food for Thought congress, Universitat de Barcelona and Centre for Peace and Social Justice, Southern Cross University, Australian Studies Centre, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain, 1-5 February 2010, version in press to be publihsed

Full refereed paper, delivered, Tennent, Beth and Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Friend or Foe: Is Learning and Teaching Policy Mainstream or Marginal?’, Margins & Mainstream, 14th Annual AAWP Conference, Hamilton, New Zealand, 26-28 November 2009

Full refereed paper, delivered, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Writing Our Future: Towards an Organisational History of the Australian Association of Writing Programs’, Margins & Mainstream, 14th Annual AAWP Conference, Waikato Institute, Hamilton, New Zealand, 26-28 November 2009

Paper delivered, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Writing Our Future: Why we need a History of CQUniversity’, Faculty seminar series, Faculty of Arts, Business, Informatics and Education, 11 November 2009

Panel participant, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Publishing as a Postgraduate’, FABIE Faculty Postgraduate Research Student retreat, 7-8 November 2009

Session presenter, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘The Australian Postgraduate Writers Network, ALTC project, FABIE Faculty Postgraduate Research Student retreat, 7-8 November 2009

Session student feedback provider, Brien, Donna Lee, Creative Arts, Arts and Humanities students, FABIE Faculty Postgraduate Research Student retreat, 7-8 November 2009

Invited participant, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘‘Towards a Socially Inclusive Society for our Region: Social Inclusion Symposium’, Kershaw House, Rockhampton, CQUniversity & Rockhampton Regional Development, 21-22 November

Paper delivered, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Celebration or Manufacturing Nostalgia?: Constructing Histories of World Expo 88’, AHA conference, University of the Sunshine Coast, July 2009

Invited abstract accepted, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Public Memorialisation and Community Practice: Leichhardt’s Highway’, Creative Communities: Sustainable Solutions to Social Inclusion Conference Griffith University, Surfers Paradise, 15-17 April 2009 [unable to attend, withdrew from attendance]

Invited participant, Brien, Donna Lee, ALTC forum for opinion-leaders on assessment in Australian Universities, Brisbane, 13 March 2009

Paper delivered, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Life and Death on the Leichhardt: Examining Public Commemorative Practice’, Legacies ’09 conference, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, 13-14 February 2009

Panel delivered, Professor Jeri Kroll (Chair) (Aust), Associate Professor Donna Lee Brien (Aust), Ms Gail Pittaway (NZ), Dr Maggie Butt (UK), Professor Graeme Harper (UK), Michelene Wandor (UK),‘Writers’ Organisations: An International Perspective from Australia, New Zealand’, Association of Writing Programs (USA), Chicago, February 2009 [I did not attend]

Abstract accepted, Brien, Donna Lee and Xianlin Song, ‘Many Chinas: Chinese food, cooking and cookbooks in Australia’, Recipes for Empire: An Interdisciplinary Conference, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India, 20-22 January 2009 [conference cancelled]

Invited keynote address delivered, ‘Australian Writing Programs, Past, Present and Possibilities’, 2008 Tertiary Writing Network conference, Auckland, New Zealand, 2-3 December 2008

Referreed workshop delivered, Brien, Donna Lee and Jen Webb, ‘Developing Effective Feedback Mechanisms in Writing Research Higher Degrees: Making Supervision Work’, 2008 Tertiary Writing Network conference, Auckland, New Zealand, 2-3 December 2008

Refereed paper delivered, Refereed stream, Janene Carey, Jen Webb and Donna Lee Brien, ‘Examining Uncertainty: Australian Creative Research Higher Degrees’, Creativity & Uncertainty, 13th Annual AAWP Conference, UTS, Sydney, November 2008

Refereed paper delivered, Refereed stream, Rosemary Williamson, Donna Lee Brien and Jen Webb, ‘Modelling Best Practice in Supervision of Research Higher Degrees in Writing in Australia’, Creativity & Uncertainty, 13th Annual AAWP Conference, UTS, Sydney, November 2008

Refereed paper delivered, Refereed stream, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Publish or Perish?: Investigating the Doctorate by Publication in Writing’, Creativity & Uncertainty, 13th Annual AAWP Conference, UTS, Sydney, November 2008

Refereed paper delivered, Refereed stream, Webb, Jen & Brien, Donna Lee, ‘ “Agnostic” Thinking: Creative Writing as Practice-led Research’, Research into Practice 2008 conference, Centre for Research into Practice, Faculty for the Creative and Cultural Industries, University of Hertfordshire, at Royal Society of Arts, London, UK, 31 October 2008

Invited public seminar paper delivered, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Enabling New Ways of Thinking about the World?: The Australian Food Writer as Activist’, Research School of Humanities, Australian National University, Canberra, 4 August 2008

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Gastronomical Microhistories: A New Vehicle for History Writing (and Reading)’, Locating History, Australian Historical Association Biennial Conference, Melbourne, 7-10 July 2008 [abstract accepted, but could not attend conference]

Fully refereed paper accepted, Brien DL and J Webb, ‘Developing a Disciplinary-specific, Collaborative Learning Environment for Higher Degree Students and their Supervisors in Writing’, The 5th International Lifelong Learning Conference: Reflecting on Success and Framing Futures, Rydges Capricorn Resort, Yeppoon, Queensland, 16-19 June 2008

Paper presented, Brien, Donna Lee and S Currie, ‘Biography as Bestseller?’, The Art of the Real: Creative Non-Fiction, University of Newcastle, 16-18 May 2008

Abstract accepted, Brien DL and J Webb, Preparing for Academic Practice – Disciplinary Perspectives conference, St Anne’s College, Oxford, 8-9 April 2008 (paper withdrawn due to inability to attend)

Refereed paper delivered, Jen Webb and Donna Lee Brien, ‘Preparing Graduates for Creative Futures: Creative Arts Programs in Australian Universities’, Partnerships for World Graduates, AIC (Academia, Industry and Community) 2007 Conference, RMIT, Melbourne, 28-30 November 2007

Refereed paper delivered, Rosemary Williamson and Donna Lee Brien, ‘Towards Teaching Excellence: A Graduate Certificate in Higher Education (Creative and Professional Writing)’, 12th Annual AAWP Conference, University of Canberra, Canberra, 21-23 November 2007

Refereed paper delivered, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Writing about Food: Significance, Opportunities and Professional Identities’, 12th Annual AAWP Conference, University of Canberra, Canberra, 21-23 November 2007

Invited respondent, Brien, Donna Lee, with S Thomas and R Williamson to, C Woods and M Stephens, ‘Transitions, Transactions and Transformations: Student Writers Begin the Journey’, 12th Annual AAWP Conference, University of Canberra, Canberra, 21-23 November 2007

Presidential Keynote address, Brien, Donna Lee, 12th Annual AAWP Conference, University of Canberra, Canberra, 21-23 November 2007

Presented invited seminar, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Writing Your Own History: Getting Started’, Manning Clark House, Canberra, 30 October 2007

University nominated participant, Brien, Donna Lee, Development of Academics and Higher Education Futures Forum, The Council of Australian Directors of Academic Development, Swinburne University, Melbourne, 25-26 October 2007

Paper delivered, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Mapping the Influence and Significance of the Local Chef in Rural and Regional Areas: Preliminary Findings’, Australian Historical Association: 2007 Regional Conference, University of New England, Armidale, 23-26 September 2007

Roundtable and workshop participant, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Panel 13: Creative and Performing Arts Workshop’, Delivering Outcomes: Centre Directors’, Council for the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, RMIT, Melbourne, 3-4 September 2007

Paper delivered, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Australian University Programs in Writing: Graduate and Discipline Futures’, Council of Writing Program Administrators, Annual Conference, Tempe, Arizona, 12-15 July 2007 [sponsored attendance WPA (US) and AAWP (Australia)]

Abstract accepted, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Exploring Potential New Areas for Teaching and Research in the Discipline of Writing: Food Writing’, New Writing: The International Creative Writing Conference, University of Wales, Bangor, Wales, 29 June-1 July 2007 [paper withdrawn due to sponsored attendance at WPA, Arizona, July 2007]

Co-authored paper, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Gatekeepers, Process Consent and Real Names: Ethical Aspects of Writing Vivid Stories Based on Qualitative Research in Palliative Care’ (with Janene Carey and Glenda Parmenter), Bridging the Gap Research Conference, Faculty of Education, Health and Professional Studies, University of New England, 3-6 July 2007

Co-authored paper, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘But I Just Want To Hang Out and See What Happens! Approaching Educational Research as a Writer Of Creative Nonfiction’ (with Helena Pastor), Bridging the Gap Research Conference, Faculty of Education, Health and Professional Studies, University of New England, 3-6 July 2007

Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Reflective Case Study of Assessment Design in Creative and Professional Writing’, Assessment Design for Learner Responsibility: International Online Conference, 29-31 May 2007

Invited presentation, Brien, Donna Lee, with Jen Webb (University of Canberra), ‘Australian Postgraduate Writing Network’, Collaborating to Offer Small Courses/Subjects, Carrick Institute National Forum, University of New England, Armidale, 17-18 May 2007

Invited business development seminar presentation, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Time Management for Too-busy People: Making the Time for What You Love to Do’, Armidale and District Chamber of Commerce, Armidale, April 2007

Roundtable and workshop participant, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Panel 13: Creative and Performing Arts Workshop’, Creative and Performing Arts, Design and Architecture RQF Workshop, Council for the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, Griffith University, Brisbane, 27 February 2007

Delivered paper, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Regional Writing Students’ Attitudes to Learning: Do Australian Writing Courses Need to Change?’, 2006 Tertiary Writing Network Colloquium, December 2006, Napier, New Zealand

Delivered inaugural AAWP Plenary Panel Paper, ‘A Call to Excellence: The Question of Auditing and Benchmarking Australian Creative Writing HDR Programs’ Panellists: Assoc Prof Jeri Kroll, Flinders University; Assoc Prof Jen Webb, University of Canberra; Dr Donna Lee Brien, University of New England’, Perilous Adventures: Creative Writing Practice and Research in the Higher Degree and Beyond: 11th Annual AAWP Conference, November 2006, Brisbane

Delivered paper, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Friendly Neighbours rather than Bedfellows: The Distinctiveness of Practice-Led Research in Creative Writing’, in ‘Creative Writing and English: Disciplined Bedfellows, or Not Quite?’ panel, Perilous Adventures: Creative Writing Practice and Research in the Higher Degree and Beyond: 11th Annual AAWP Conference, November 2006, Brisbane

Delivered Presidential address, Brien, Donna Lee, Perilous Adventures: Creative Writing Practice and Research in the Higher Degree and Beyond: 11th Annual AAWP Conference, November 2006, Brisbane

Delivered co-authored paper, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Hearth and Hotmail: Commodification of the Domestic Sphere in Emergent E-Sectors’ (with Leonie Rutherford and Rosemary Williamson), Association of Internet Researchers International Conference, Brisbane, 27-30 September 2006

Delivered co-authored paper, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘“Angels of the Home” in Cyberspace: New Technologies and Biographies of Domestic Production’ (with Rosemary Williamson), Biography and New Technologies conference, HRC, ANU, Canberra, 12-14 September 2006

Delivered paper, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Expanding Horizons: Facilitating Multi-disciplinary Collaborations’, Research Seminar Series, School of English, Communication and Theatre, UNE, Armidale, 11 September 2006

Invited seminar presentation, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Journaling: Developing Self-reflection through Writing‘, Corporate Leadership Program, New England Credit Union, August 2006

Invited seminar presentation, ‘Context and Quality’, Supervisor Development and Registration Seminar Series, TLC, UNE, August 2006

Co-authored paper accepted for peer-reviewed stream, Donna Lee Brien and Rose Williamson, ‘Communication under Pressure: Successful Collaborative Response to Crises in Rural Communities’, ANZCA Conference, Adelaide, July 2005 (Withdrawn, as unable to attend conference)

Invited seminar presentation, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Journaling: Developing the Self-reflective Process through Writing‘, Women and Leadership Program, ODU, UNE, July 2006

Paper delivered, Brien, Donna Lee, Collaborating with the Creative Industries: Creativity, Hong Kong and Chinese Students’, Enhancing Academic Development Practice: International Perspectives, 6th Conference of the International Consortium for Educational Development, Sheffield, UK, June 2006

Invited paper delivered, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Higher Education in the Corporate Century: Choosing Collaborative rather than Entrepreneurial and/or Competitive Models’, Great Writing 2006, U Portsmouth, UK, June 2006

Invited seminar leader, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Work-Life Balance II’, Lunch Seminar Series, ODU, UNE, March 2006

Invited seminar leader, Brien, Donna Lee, ‘Work-Life Balance’, Lunch Seminar Series, ODU, UNE, February 2006

Delivered paper in refereed stream, ‘Integrity in Postgraduate Curriculum: Developing Research Degrees that Work’, Educational Integrity: Values in Teaching, Learning & Research, 2nd Asia-Pacific Educational Integrity Conference, University of Newcastle, December 2005

Co-authored seminar presentation, ‘Collaborative Leadership and Teamwork’ (with Adrian Kiernander, Anne Pender, Jane O’Sullivan), 2006 UNE Leadership Program, UNE, November 2005

Delivered paper, ‘Making Postgraduate Degrees Work’, in authored panel, ‘Postgraduate Degrees that Work: Preparing our Graduates for the 21st Century’, Australian Association of Writing Programs 9th Annual Conference, Perth, November 2005

Delivered co-authored paper, ‘Repackaging Policy in Pedagogy: the Academic Administration/Teaching Nexus’ (with Russell McDougall and Dugald Williamson), Australian Association of Writing Programs 9th Annual Conference, Perth, November 2005

Invited Workshop Leader, ‘Publishing as a Postgraduate’, AAWP Postgraduate Day, Curtin University, Perth, November 2005

Delivered paper, ‘Practice-Led Research: The Case of Writing and Publishing, CIRCA Symposium, UNE, Armidale, November 2005

Delivered co-authored paper, ‘A New Tutorial Dynamic: The Committee Meeting’ (with Russell McDougall and Dugald Williamson), Effective Teaching and Learning Conference 2005, University of Queensland, Brisbane, November 2005

Delivered invited paper, ‘Supervising the Research Process’, Postgraduate Research Supervision seminar, Teaching and Learning Centre, UNE, October 2005

Delivered invited paper, ‘International Students and the Issue of Creativity: Unexpected Findings’, Internationalising the Curriculum seminar, Teaching and Learning Centre, UNE, October 2005

Paper accepted for peer-reviewed stream, ‘Successful Workplace Collaboration: A Response to Crisis?’, ANZCA Conference, Christchurch, NZ, 2005 (Unable to attend conference)

Invited Plenary Panel Member, ‘International Research in Creative Writing: Universities and Creative Writing 2005’, Great Writing 2005, University of Portsmouth, UK, June 2005

Delivered paper, ‘A Creatively Collaborative Process: What Do Examiners of Creative Writing Research Higher Degrees Look For?’, Great Writing 2005, University of Portsmouth, UK, June 2005

Delivered invited paper, ‘Teaching International Students in Hong Kong’, Internationalising the Curriculum seminar, Teaching and Learning Centre, UNE, May 2005

Delivered paper, ‘Is Being Honest About Lying Enough?: Truth in Our Times in some Recent Auto/biographical Texts’, Fooled: The Hoax and the Truth – The Truth and the Hoax, English Department, LaTrobe University, Melbourne, April 2005

Delivered paper, ‘Using Memorial Sites in the Writing Classroom: Some Insights from Texas’, 26th Annual Conference of the Southwest/Texas Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association, Alburqueque, New Mexico, USA, February 2005

Delivered paper, ‘Reading Death in the Classroom: Using Memorials to Enhance Student Literacies’, Merging Word & Image Conference, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, USA, February 2005

Delivered invited paper, ‘The Examination Process – What Do Examiners Look For?’, Postgraduate Clinic, Australian Association of Writing Programs 2004 Conference, Flinders University, Adelaide, November 2004

Invited panel member, ‘The Whole Shebang – Panel of Completed DCA and PhDs, with Tips from Supervisors and Examiners’, Postgraduate Clinic, Australian Association of Writing Programs 2004 Postgraduate Clinic, Flinders University, Adelaide, November 2004

Delivered Paper, ‘Conjuring Up the Dead: Approaching Memorial Sites in the Life Writing Classroom’, The Practitioner’s Art: Juggling Roles, Australian Association of Writing Programs 2004 Conference, Flinders University, Adelaide, November 2004

Delivered reading, ‘Perfect Match’ (fiction story), ‘“Sounds from the Lower Ground”: Creative Writing and Performance by members of the School of ECT’, Research Seminar Series, School of English, Communication and Theatre, UNE, Armidale, November 2004

Delivered paper, ‘The Scholarship of teaching: Or, how to get DEST points for what you are already doing’, Research Seminar Series, School of English, Communication and Theatre, UNE, Armidale, October 2004

Forum panellist, ‘“What Do We Reckon?”: Measuring the Cultural, Economic & Social Impacts of the Arts in Australia Forum’, Byron Bay Writer’s Festival, NSW, July 2004

Delivered paper, ‘Looking at the Dead with Writers’ Eyes: Utilising Memorials in Creative Writing classes’, Roadside Memorials conference, University of New England, June 2004

Delivered paper, ‘The Internationalisation of a Manuscript: Finding the potent generic’, AAWP National Conference, Sydney, November 2003 (written and presented with Tess Brady)

Delivered paper, ‘The Challenge of Research: A Creative Approach’, The Practice of Research and Researching Practice within the Creative Industries, CIRAC Seminar Series, QUT, Brisbane, 22 August 2003

Delivered paper, ‘Appropriating lives or telling women’s stories in new ways?: Jill Shearer’s Georgia and the problem of biography’, Other Feminisms: An International Women’s and Gender Studies Conference, AWSA National and International Conference, University of Queensland, 12-16 July 2003

Delivered paper, ‘What Comes First, the Creative Work or the Exegesis?: The Chicken and Egg Conundrum in the Creative Writing Higher Degree’, Illuminating the Exegesis Symposium, University of Ballarat, July 2003

Delivered seminar, ‘Poisoned: The Trials of Mary Dean. Writing Fictionalised Biography’, CIRAC Seminar Series, QUT, Brisbane, 30 May 2003

Delivered seminar paper, ‘Researching Narrative and Creative Nonfiction’, CIRAC Postgraduate Seminar Series, QUT, Brisbane, 24 April 2003

Delivered paper, ‘The Problem of Authenticity: The Legal and Moral Ethics of Writing Fact-based Crime Fiction’, Mediating Law: Theory, Production, Culture: Law & Literature Association of Australia 11th International Conference, Melbourne, 29 November-1 December 2002

Delivered paper, ‘Collaborative Practice: The Girl’s Guide to Real Estate as a Case Study’, Dangerous Dreaming: AAWP National Conference, Melbourne, 22-24 November 2002 (with Tess Brady)

Poster exhibit, ‘Australian Creative Nonfiction Anthology’, Research and Creative Projects by CI Staff, Dean’s Research Seminar Series, 19 July 2002 (with P Neilsen)

Poster exhibit, ‘ASOP: The Australian Study of Online Publishing’, Research and Creative Projects by CI Staff, Dean’s Research Seminar Series, 19 July 2002 (with Axel Bruns)

Delivered paper, ‘Reconstructing Academic Journals for the Australian Online Environment’ (with Axel Bruns), ANZCA 2002, Bond University, 10-12 July 2002

Delivered paper, ‘The Dilemmas of Authenticity: The Ethics of Fact-based Fiction’, Crossing Boundaries: Australian Historical Association 11th Biennial National Conference, Brisbane, 3-7 July 2002

Delivered paper, ‘The Limits of Autobiography: What We Can Learn from Morris and Slater’, 32nd Popular Culture Association and 24th American Culture Association Annual Conference, 13-16 March 2002, Toronto, Canada

Delivered paper, ‘Plenty of Vikings but No Scholars of Nordic History: Is this the Digital Future?’, Representations of History in the Digital Area, Visible Evidence IX Conference, Brisbane, 17-20 December 2001 (with Axel Bruns)

Delivered paper, ‘From the White Tigers of Las Vegas to Nobel Winning Chairs: What We Can Learn From (and Teach) the USA’, Writing Realities: The State of the Art, Association of Australian Writing Programs Conference 2001, Canberra, November 2001

Delivered paper, ‘ASOP: Australian Study of Online Publishing: Publishing Australian Creative Writing’, Writing Realities: The State of the Art, Association of Australian Writing Programs Conference 2001, Canberra, November 2001 (with Axel Bruns)

Delivered paper, ‘The Ethics of Creative Nonfiction: A Case Study’, Researching Content and Creativity in the Creative Industries, CIRAC Postgraduate Conference, QUT, Brisbane, 29-30 October 2001

Delivered paper, ‘From Dutch to Lying: Defining the limits of auto/biography’, Work in Progress 2001: The Sixth Annual WIP Conference, University of Queensland, 22-23 September 2001

Delivered paper, ‘Creativity and Creative Writing Programs: Looking to (and from) the USA’, Creativity: International Developments and Local Implications, CIRAC Seminar Series, QUT, Brisbane, 8 August 2001

Delivered paper, ‘Australian Literary Publishing: Is the Future Online?’, Thinking Beyond Australia?/Beyond Australian Literature: ASAL 2001 at the University of Melbourne, 5 July 2001 (with Axel Bruns)

Delivered paper, ‘Australian History: Is the Future Online?’ (with Axel Bruns) at Nation and Narration, University of Queensland, Brisbane, 24 June 2001 (with Axel Bruns)

Invited to join panel, delivered paper, ‘Australian Creative Nonfiction’, in The Impact of Creative Nonfiction in Writing Programs and Publishing’, Association of Writing Programs (USA), Palm Springs, USA, 18-21 April 2001

Delivered paper, ‘Lost in the Records: The Perils of Writing Biography from Legal Transcripts and Other Court Records’, Crime Writing and the Rhetoric of the Courtroom, Cultural Encounters with the Law: English and Interdisciplinary Conference, LaTrobe University, 30 March 2001

Delivered paper, ‘But I came here to study Writing, Not reading’, Australian Key Centre for Cultural and Media Policy / Griffith University School of Arts: The Creative Arts Higher Degree – Research and Policy, 10-11 February 2001

Delivered paper, “I'm a Writer, not a Reader”: The Problem of Creative Writing Students and Reading’, 4th Biennial Tertiary Writing Network Colloquium, Hamilton, New Zealand, December 2000

Delivered paper ‘Why don’t our writing students read?’, Writing 2000, Association of Australian Writing Programs Conference, Gold Coast, June 2000 (with P Neilsen)

Invited Speaker, interview and paper, ‘Gabrielle Lord and Australian Crime Fiction’, ASAL Conference, Hobart, June, 2000

Delivered paper, ‘Truth and True Lies in True-Crime Fiction’, Australian Key Centre for Cultural and Media Policy Colloquium, University of Queensland, Nov 1999

Delivered paper, ‘Research and Truth: Creative Writing as a Fact-based Endeavour’ at Association of Australian Writing Programs conference, Perth, Oct 1999 (with P Neilsen)

Delivered invited seminar paper, ‘The Perils of On-line Publishing: Reviewing Electronic Journals at QUT’ at M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture Seminar, University of Queensland, September 1999

Delivered paper ‘Urban Shocks and Local Scandals: Blackrock and Australian True-Crime Fiction’ at Association for Study of Australian Literature Annual Conference, NSW Writer’s Centre, Sydney, July 1999

Delivered paper, ‘From the Manuscript Diary of Mary Dean’ at the Creative Communication: Text, Context and Theory Conference at the Centre for Writing and Culture Studies, University of Canberra, May 1999

Delivered paper, ‘Mary Dean and the Practice of Fictionalised Biography’ at Centre for Media Policy and Practice 1999 Seminar Series, QUT, Brisbane, May 1999

Delivered paper, ‘True-Crime Fiction as Criminal History’, 9th Annual International Conference of the Law and Literature Association of Australia, LaTrobe University, Beechworth, February 1999

STUDIES IN CREATIVE ARTS AND WRITING
Performing Arts and Creative Writing - Creative Writing (incl. Playwriting)
Higher degree supervision areas: creative writing and publishing; creative nonfiction writing and publishing; food writing; memoir; biography; self-help writing; creative writing pedagogy; ethics and ethical practice in creaitive writing; professional organisations in the arts and creative writing; collaborative practice
Journalism and Professional Writing - Journalism and Professional Writing not elsewhere classified
All non-fiction genres including creative nonfiction; biography; autobiography and memoir; self-help; essay writing; the personal essay; long-form journalism including feature writing
STUDIES IN CREATIVE ARTS AND WRITING
Performing Arts and Creative Writing - Creative Writing (incl. Playwriting)
My interests are in all areas of creative writing, editing and publishing, especially non-fiction but also fiction. I am especially interested in the publishing end of the process, including producing work with publication in mind, and the ways to be published in the 21st century. All aspects of food writing and publishing of special interest.
Journal article

Bruns, A., & Brien, D. (2003). Teaching electronic creative writing : a report from the creative industries frontline. Issues in writing., 13(2), 158-187.

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Brien, D., & Brady, T. (2003). The internationalisation of a manuscript : finding the potent generic. Text., 8(2), 1-19. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/oct04/brien_brady.htm

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Brien, D., & Brady, T. (2004). Collaborative practice : categorising forms of collaboration for practitioners. Text., 7(2), 1-12. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/oct03/brienbrady.htm

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Brien, D. (2004). Imagining Mary Dean : representing another's life in text. M, 7(1), 1-6. Retrieved from http://journal.media-culture.org.au/0401/07-brien.php

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Brien, D. (2004). The problem of where to start : a foundation question for creative writing higher degree candidates and supervisors. Text., 8(1), 1-14. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue3/brien.htm

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Brien, D. (2004). True tales that nurture : defining auto/biographical storytelling. Australian Folklore : a yearly journal of folklore studies., 19, 84-95.

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Brien, D. (2006). Creative practice as research : a creative writing case study. Media International Australia incorporating Culture and Policy., 118, 53-59.

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Webb, J., & Brien, D. (2006). Strategic directions for research in writing : a wish list. Text., 10(1), 1-27. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/april06/webbbrien.htm

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Kroll, J., & Brien, D. (2006). Studying for the future : training creative writing postgraduates for life after degrees. Australian online journal of arts education., 2(1). Retrieved from http://www.deakin.edu.au/arts-ed/education/teach-research/arts-ed/aojae/2-1.pdf

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Brien, D. (2006). The real filth in American Psycho : a critical reassessment. M, 9(5), 1-9. Retrieved from http://journal.media-culture.org.au/0610/01-brien.php

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Brien, D. (2007). Developing and enhancing creativity : a case study of the special challenges of teaching writing in Hong Kong. Text., 11(1), 1-16. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/april07/brien.htm

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Brien, D. (2007). Facilitating futures in the creative industries : a study of regional Australian university writing students. Studies in learning, evaluation, innovation and development., 4(1), 29-40. Retrieved from http://sleid.cqu.edu.au/viewarticle.php?id=165

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Brien, D., Rutherford, L., & Williamson, R. (2007). Hearth and hotmail : the domestic sphere as commodity and community in cyberspace. M, 10(4), 1-7. Retrieved from http://journal.media-culture.org.au/0708/10-brien.php

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Brien, D. (2007). Higher education in the corporate century : choosing collaborative rather than emtrepreneurial and/or competitive models. New writing : the international journal for the practice and theory of creative writing., 4(2), 157-170. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.2167/new491.0

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Webb, J., & Brien, D. (2008). "Agnostic" thinking : creative writing as practice-led research. Working papers in art and design., 5, 1-14. Retrieved from http://sitem.herts.ac.uk/artdes_research/papers/wpades/index.html

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Brien, D. (2008). Brisbane will never be the same' : tasting change at World Expo '88. Queensland review., 15(2), 111-124. Retrieved from http://hdl.cqu.edu.au/10018/27377

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Brien, D. (2008). More than just a good nosh up : women and Australian food writing. Text., 12(1), 1-19. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/april08/brien.htm

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Currie, S., & Brien, D. (2008). Mythbusting publishing : questioning the ‘runaway popularity’ of published biography and other life writing. M, 11(4), 1-12. Retrieved from http://journal.media-culture.org.au/index.php/mcjournal/article/viewarticle/43

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Brien, D. (2008). Why foodies thrive in the country : mapping the influence and significance of the rural and regional chef. M, 11(5), 1-7. Retrieved from http://journal.media-culture.org.au/index.php/mcjournal/article/viewarticle/83

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Brien, D. (2009). A truly international contribution : [book review] Graeme Harper and Jeri Kroll (eds), Creative Writing Studies: Practice, Research and Pedagogy, Multilingual Matters, Clevedon UK, 2008.. Text., 13(1), 1-7. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/april09/brien_rev.htm

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Brien, D. (2009). Based on a true story' : the problem of the perception of biographical truth in narratives based on real lives. Text., 13(2), 1-25. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/oct09/brien.htm

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Brien, D. (2009). Celebration or manufacturing nostalgia : constructing histories of World Expo '88. Queensland review., 16(2), 73-87.

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Brien, D. (2009). Climate change and the contemporary evolution of foodways. M, 12(4), 1-7. Retrieved from http://journal.media-culture.org.au/index.php/mcjournal/article/viewarticle/177

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Brien, D. (2009). Disclosure in biographically-based fiction : the challenges of writing narratives based on true life stories. M, 12(5), 1-9. Retrieved from http://journal.media-culture.org.au/index.php/mcjournal/article/viewarticle/186

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Brien, D. (2009). Opening lines of communication : demanding access to quality avenues for research dissemination. Text., 13(1), 1-12. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/april09/brien.htm

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Brien, D. (2009). Unplanned educational obsolescence : is the ‘traditional’ PhD becoming obsolete?. M, 12(3), 1-8. Retrieved from http://journal.media-culture.org.au/index.php/mcjournal/article/viewarticle/160

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Brien, D. (2009). Writing, creativity and environments : [book review] Ceri Sullivan and Graeme Harper (eds) Authors at Work: The Creative Environment. Text., 13(2), 1-7. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/oct09/brien_rev.htm

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Brien, D., Burr, S., & Webb, J. (2010). “Dispirited, often ineffectual, and in some respects corrupt”? : re-assessing ‘the invisible hand’ of peer review. Text., 14(2), 1-19. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue8/brienburr&webb.pdf

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Brien, D. (2010). “Porky times” : a brief gastrobiography of New York’s The Spotted Pig. M, 13(5), 1-10. Retrieved from http://journal.media-culture.org.au/index.php/mcjournal/article/view/290.

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Williamson, D., McDougall, R., & Brien, D. (2010). An “odd couple” for teaching writing : the tutorial takes in the committee meeting. International journal of teaching and learning in higher education., 20(3), 362-372. Retrieved from http://www.isetl.org/ijtlhe/pdf/ijtlhe445.pdf

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Brien, D. (2010). Beyond the recipe : food writers as activists. Griffith review., 27, 172-178. Retrieved from http://www.griffithreview.com/

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Brien, D. (2010). Carole Gray and Julian Malins Visualizing Research : a guide to the research process in art and design : [book review]. Text., 14(2), 1-3. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue8/brien.pdf.

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Krauth, N., Webb, J., & Brien, D. (2010). Creative writing in the ERA era : a new research exercise. Text., 14(2), 1-9. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue7/krauthwebb&brien.pdf

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Brien, D. (2010). First loves. Text., 14(2), 1-8. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue7/brien.pdf

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Brien, D. (2010). From waste to superbrand : the uneasy relationship between Vegemite and its origins. M, 13(4), 1-7. Retrieved from http://journal.media-culture.org.au/index.php/mcjournal/article/viewarticle/245.

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Brien, D., & Wessell, A. (2010). Pig : a scholarly view. M, 13(5), 1-4. Retrieved from http://journal.media-culture.org.au/index.php/mcjournal/article/viewarticle/317

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Brien, D. (2010). Rewriting a national cultural food icon : a gastrobiography of Vegemite. Text., 14(2), 1-20. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue9/brien.pdf

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Wessell, A., & Brien, D. (2010). Rewriting the menu : the cultural dynamics of contemporary food choices. Text., 14(2), 1-4. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue9/wessell&brien.pdf

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Brien, D. (2010). Writing to understand ourselves : an organisational history of the Australian Association of Writing Programs 1996-2010. Text., 14(1), 1-16. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/april10/brien.htm

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Wessell, A., & Brien, D. (2011). Australian cookbooks for younger readers : from Flora Pell to Junior MasterChef. Write4Children., 3(1), 76-90. Retrieved from http://www.winchester.ac.uk/

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Pace, S., Gaskell, I., & Brien, D. (2011). Conceiving the whole : the attributes of creative arts education today. Studies in learning, evaluation, innovation and development., 8(2), i-iii. Retrieved from http://www.sleid.cqu.edu.au/viewarticle.php?id=385

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Brien, D., & Hawryluk, L. (2011). Facilitiating ‘storied relationships to a place’ : the capacity of the university to lead communities towards resilience through creative arts activities. Text., 15(2), 1-12. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue12/brien&hawryluk.pdf

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Brien, D. (2011). Five food microhistories: stories of what, how and why we eat. Australian humanities review., 51, 175-180. Retrieved from http://www.australianhumanitiesreview.org/archive/issue-november-2011/brien.html

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Brien, D. (2011). Four gastronomic microhistories: [book reviews]. Text., 15(1), e1. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/april11/brien_rev.htm

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Brien, D. (2011). Leadership in creative writing and the creative arts. Text., 15(2), 1-3. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue12/brien.pdf

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Webb, J., Brien, D., & Burr, S. (2011). Leading the leaders : enhancing the examination of creative arts doctoral degrees. Text., 15(2), 1-12. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue12/webb,brien&burr.pdf

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Brien, D. (2011). Learning the "lessons of the arts" : creativity, creative arts education and creative arts educators today. Studies in learning, evaluation, innovation and development., 8(2), 96-108. Retrieved from http://www.sleid.cqu.edu.au/viewarticle.php?id=364

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Brien, D. (2011). Margaret Fulton : a study of a 1960s Australian food writer as an activist. Coolabah., 5, 72-82. Retrieved from http://www.ub.edu/dpfilsa/7briencoola5.pdf

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Brien, D. (2011). Pathways into an ‘elaborate ecosystem’ : ways of categorising the food memoir. Text., 15(2), 1-21. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/oct11/brien.htm

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Brien, D., Freiman, M., Kroll, J., & Webb, J. (2011). The Australasian Association of Writing Programs 1996–2011. New writing : the international journal for the practice and theory of creative writing., 8(3), 238-263. doi:10.1080/14790726.2011.615400

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Brien, D. (2012). ‘An Affaire de Stomach’ : promoting and resisting culinary change in Australian and New Zealand in the 1920s. Aristologist : an antipodean journal of food history., 2, 43-54.

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Brien, D. (2012). ‘First catch your Weka’. Text., 16(1), 1-10. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/april12/brien.htm

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Brien, D., & Adams, J. (2012). Coffee : a cultural and media focussed approach. M, 15(2), 1-3. Retrieved from http://journal.media-culture.org.au/index.php/mcjournal/article/viewarticle/505

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Krauth, N., & Brien, D. (2012). Creative writing under the ERA : writing under duress, but relatively happy. Text., 16(2), 1-15. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue15/content.htm

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McLoughlin, N., & Brien, D. (2012). Creativity : cognitive, social and cultural perspectives : [Editorial]. Text., 16(1), 1-3. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue13/content.htm

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Brien, D., & Franks, R. (2012). Libraries and archives : trusted repositories of knowledge and vibrant engine rooms of creativity. Text., 16, 1-15.

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Brien, D. (2012). Maria Kozslik Donovan : a long legacy of foodwriting. Tablet to table., 1(2), 7 pages. Retrieved from http://tablettotable.net/issues/issue-2-september-2012/

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Brien, D. (2012). Powdered, essence or brewed? : making and cooking with coffee in Australia in the 1950s and 1960s. M, 15(2), 1-8. Retrieved from http://journal.media-culture.org.au/index.php/mcjournal/article/viewarticle/475

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De la Harpe, B., Mason, T., & Brien, D. (2012). Strategically strengthening learning and teaching leadership in the creative arts through the createED network. Text., 16, 1-14. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue16/delaharpe&mason&brien.pdf

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De la Harpe, B., Mason, T., Peterson, J., & Brien, D. (2012). Strengthening learning and teaching leadership in the creative arts : createED 2009-2012 [Editorial]. Text., 16(1), 1-5. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue16/content.htm

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Brien, D. (2012). The poisoner's cookbook. Text., 16(2), 1-12. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue15/content.htm

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Brien, D., Burr, S., & Webb, J. (2013). ‘Fail better’ : doctoral examination and the creative field. Text., 17(2), 1-12. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue22/brien&burr&webb.pdf

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Franks, R., & Brien, D. (2013). ‘Take the most tender part of the kangaroo’ : locating archival and other food studies resources in Australian public collections. Australasian journal of popular culture., 2(1), 107-125. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1386/ajpc.2.1.107_1

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Brien, D. L. (2013). “Concern and sympathy in a pyrex bowl” : Cookbooks and funeral foods. M/C Journal, 16(3), 1-7. Retrieved from http://journal.media-culture.org.au/index.php/mcjournal/article/viewarticle/655

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Brien, D., & Wessell, A. (2013). Cookbook : a new scholarly view. M, 16(3), 1-4. Retrieved from http://journal.media-culture.org.au/index.php/mcjournal/article/viewarticle/688

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Brien, D., & Wessell, A. (2013). Cookbooks : writing, reading and publishing culinary literature in Australasia : introduction. Text., 17(2), 1-4. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue24/brien&wessell.pdf

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Webb, J., Brien, D., & Burr, S. (2013). Introduction : examination of doctoral degrees in creative arts : process, practice and standards. Text., 17(2), 1-4. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue22/introduction.pdf

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Brien, D. (2013). New Zealand foodwriting : books and their writers. Australasian journal of popular culture., 2(1), 141-146.

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Brien, D., & McAllister, M. (2013). Off the shelf and into practice : creatively repackaging popular memoirs as educational resources in health disciplines. Text., 17(2), 1-13. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue23/content.htm

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Brien, D. (2013). Starving, bingeing and writing : reading and writing memoirs of eating disorder. Text., 17(2), 1-18. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue18/brien.pdf

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Carson, S., & Brien, D. (2013). Susan Carson in conversation with Donna Lee Brien on research higher degree examination administration : September 2013, Brisbane. Text, 17(2), 1-7. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue22/carson&brien.pdf

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Horsley, M., & Brien, D. (2013). Textbooks and educational texts in the 21st century : writing, publishing and reading : Editorial introduction. Text., 23, 1-5. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue23/horsley&brien.pdf

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Risson, T., & Brien, D. (2013). That takes the cake : a slice of Australasian food studies. Australasian journal of popular culture., 2(1), 1-7.

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Brien, D. (2013). The cookbooks of Maria Kozslik Donovan. Text., 17(2), 1-7. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue24/brien.pdf

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Brien, D., Franks, R., & Franks, R. (2013). Think creative be creative. Incite : news magazine of the Australian Library and Information Association., 34(1/2), 35-36. Retrieved from https://www.alia.org.au/sites/default/files/publishing/incite_web34.1-2.pdf

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Krauth, N., Brophy, K., & Brien, D. (2013). Open access journals and hoax academic discourse : editorial. Text, 17(2), 1-6. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/oct13/editorial.htm

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Brien, D. (2014). ‘Welcome creative subversions’: experiment and innovation in recent biographical writing. Text., 18(1), e1-e25. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/april14/brien.htm

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Brien, D. (2014). A taste of Singapore : Singapore food writing and culinary tourism. M, 17(1), 1-9. Retrieved from http://journal.media-culture.org.au/index.php/mcjournal/article/viewarticle/767

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Anderson, M., Fredericks, B., & Brien, D. (2014). Beyond all the trends : Torres Strait Islands foods, past, present and future. Journal of the Home Economics Institute of Australia., 21(2), 28-32.

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Krauth, N., Brien, D., Watkins, R., & Lawrence, A. (2014). Creative writing as research, III. Text., 18(2), 1-3. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue27/content.htm

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McAllister, M., Brien, D., Alexander, J., & Flynn, T. (2014). Exploring the educative potential of eating disorder memoirs. Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice, 9(2), 69-78. doi:10.1108/JMHTEP-07-2013-0026

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Brien, D. (2014). Forging continuing bonds from the dead to the living : gothic commemorative practices along Australia’s Leichhardt highway. M, 17(4), 1-7. Retrieved from http://journal.media-culture.org.au/index.php/mcjournal/article/viewarticle/858

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Fredericks, B., & Brien, D. (2014). I have pen, book and food; now, let's write : Indigenizing a postgraduate writing workshop. AlterNative., 10(4), 422-433. Retrieved from http://www.alternative.ac.nz/

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Brien, D. (2014). In the best of taste : contemporary food writing as literature. Text., 18(1), 1-23. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue26/content.htm

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Brien, D., & Adams, J. (2014). Oral history as a key methodology in higher degree research in writing : issues and possibilities. Oral history Australia., 36, 37-42.

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Brien, D. (2014). Taste and, and in, writing and publishing. Text., 18(1), 1-4. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue26/content.htm

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Brien, D. (2014). The rise and fall of MasterChef magazine : an object biography. Text., 18(1), 1-22. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue25/Brien.pdf

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McAllister, M., Brien, D., Flynn, T., & Alexander, J. (2014). Things you can learn from books : Exploring the therapeutic potential of eating disorder memoirs. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 23(6), 553-560. doi:10.1111/inm.12084

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Baker, D., Brien, D., Webb, J., & Hawryluk, L. (2014). University writing programs deliver, so let’s turn the page. Conversation., (2014), 1-4. Retrieved from https://theconversation.com/

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Brien, D. (2014). Vale dearest Sandra: death and digital afterlives. Text., 18(2), e1-e10. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue27/content.htm

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Owens, A., & Brien, D. (2014). Writing themselves : using creative writing to facilitate international student accounts of their intercultural experience. New writing., 11(3), 359-374. doi:10.1080/14790726.2014.932815

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Seymour, J., Beckton, D., Bacon, E., Brien, D., Curmi, G., Kimberley, M., . . . Plozza, S. (2015). A series of fortunate readers : a collaborative review article of important Australasian YA writing. Text., 19(2), 1-10. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue32/content.htm

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Acton, R., Barry, V., Bissett, Z., Brien, D., Janet, B., Davis, S., . . . Yule, L. (2015). At land’s edge : three collaborative poems. Text., 19(2), 1-7. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue30/content.htm

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Brien, D., & Fredericks, B. (2015). Collaborative writing to enhance cross-cultural understanding within the Academy. Writing in practice., 1(1), 1-9. Retrieved from http://www.nawe.co.uk/

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Alexander, J., Brien, D., & McAllister, M. (2015). Diaries are 'better than novels, more accurate than histories, and even at times more dramatic than plays'. Text., 19(1), 1-23. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/

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Webb, J., & Brien, D. (2015). Examining the creative arts doctorate in Australia : implications for supervisors. Educational philosophy and theory., 47(12), 1319-1329. doi:10.1080/00131857.2015.1058697

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Brien, D. (2015). Fat in contemporary autobiographical writing and publishing. M, 18(3), 1-10. Retrieved from http://journal.media-culture.org.au/index.php/mcjournal/article/viewarticle/965

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McAllister, M., & Brien, D. (2015). Haunted : exploring representations of mental health through the lens of the gothic. Aeternum : the journal of contemporary gothic studies., 2(1), 72-90. Retrieved from http://www.aeternumjournal.com/index.php/issues

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McAllister, M., Rogers, I., & Brien, D. L. (2015). Illuminating and inspiring: Using television historical drama to cultivate contemporary nursing values and critical thinking. Contemporary Nurse, 50(2-3), 127-138. doi:10.1080/10376178.2015.1025470

Krauth, N., Brien, D., Watkins, R., Baker, D., Lawrence, A., & Costello, M. (2015). Introduction : creative writing as research IV. Text., 19(2), 1-2. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue30/content.htm

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Brien, D., & Baker, D. (2015). Text, special issues nos 30-33 : editorial. TEXT., 19(2), 3. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/

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McAllister, M., Davis, S., Brien, D., Rogers, I., Flanagan, W., Howie, V., & Dargusch, J. (2015). The courage to care : an innovative arts-based event to engage students and the local community to reflect on Australian nurses' roles in the First World War and after. Nurse education today., 47, 51-56. doi:10.1016/j.nedt.2015.10.009

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Brien, D. (2015). The facts formed a line of buoys in the sea of my own imagination : history, fiction and speculative biography. Text., 19(1), 1-19. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue28/content.htm

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Brien, D. (2015). What about young adult non-fiction? : profiling the young adult memoir. Text., 19(2), 1-20. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue32/content.htm

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Brien, D. (2015). Women, birth, life and death : from the fictionalised diary of Mary Dean [extract]. Text., 19(2), 1-7. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue30/content.htm

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Alexander, J., McAllister, M., & Brien, D. L. (2015). Can diary writing facilitate recovery: An autoethnography analysis. Journal of Eating Disorders, 3(Supplement 1), 1 page. doi:10.1186/2050-2974-3-S1-O29

Brien, D. L., & McAllister, M. (2016). "Sunshine has a taste, you know": Using regional food memoirs to develop values-based food practices. Locale the Australian-Pacific Journal of Regional Food Studies, (5), 32-57. Retrieved from http://localejournal.org/

Brien, D., & McAllister, M. (2016). Becoming authentic multidisciplinary or interdisciplinary researchers : Methodological practices and outcomes. Text., 34, 1-17. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue34/content.htm

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Brien, D. L. (2016). Bringing a taste of abroad to Australian readers: Australian Wines & Food Quarterly 1956-1960. M/C Journal: A journal of media and culture, 19(5), 1-5. Retrieved from http://journal.media-culture.org.au/index.php/mcjournal/article/view/1145

McAllister, M., & Brien, D. L. (2016). Death and contemporary gothic studies. Aeternum: The Journal of Contemporary Gothic Studies, 3(1), i-iii. Retrieved from https://media.wix.com/ugd/c8fb40_beb204302aaa417c9bf7d902ffd6f50d.pdf

Brien, D. L. (2016). Eating Shakespeare: exploring the Bardic culinary literature industry. Text: Journal of Writing and Writing Courses, (Special issue 36), 1-17. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue36/Brien.pdf

Alexander, J., McAllister, M., & Brien, D. (2016). Exploring the diary as a recovery-oriented therapeutic tool. International journal of mental health nursing., 25(1), 19-26. doi:10.1111/inm.12179

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Beckton, D., Brien, D. L., & Sturm, U. (2016). From reluctant online contributor to mentor: Facilitating student peer-to-peer mentoring online. M/C Journal, 19(2), 1-3. Retrieved from http://journal.media-culture.org.au/index.php/mcjournal/article/view/1082

Brien, D. L. (2016). Making stories of our own ends: two Australian memoirs of dying. Text: Journal of Writing and Writing Courses, (Special issue 35), 1-10. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue35/Brien.pdf

Brien, D. L., & Vincent, A. (2016). Oh, for a French wife?: Australian women and culinary francophilia in post-war Australia. Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, (Number 22), 78-90. Retrieved from http://www.auswhn.org.au/lilith/current-issue/

McAllister, M., & Brien, D. L. (2016). Psychiatric museums: The return of the undead asylum. Aeternum: The Journal of Contemporary Gothic Studies, 3(1), 49-62. Retrieved from http://www.aeternumjournal.com/

Brien, D. L., & Franks, R. (2016). Trial by jury and newspaper reportage: re-writing women’s stories from legal transcripts and contemporaneous journalism. Text: Journal of Writing and Writing Courses, (Special issue 37), 1-18. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue37/content.htm

Brien, D. L., & Piatti-Farnell, L. (2016). Writing death and the gothic. Text: Journal of Writing and Writing Courses, Special issue 35, 1-5. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue35/Brien&PiattiFarnell.pdf

Brien, D. L., & Franks, R. (2016). Food's dark shadow: Poisoning in popular culture and preventative health messages. Table Matters: Food, Drink, Manners, 1-12. Retrieved from http://tablematters.com/2016/02/17/foods-dark-shadow/

McAllister, M., & Brien, D. L. (2016). Narratives of the 'not-so-good nurse': Rewriting nursing's virtue script. Hecate: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Women's Liberation, 41(1-2), 79-97. Retrieved from https://hecate.communications-arts.uq.edu.au/volume-4112-2015

Brien, D. L. (2016). Tofu turkey? Paleo feast?: Christmas culinary traditions are ever changing. The Conversation, 3 pages. Retrieved from https://theconversation.com/

McAllister, M., Brien, D. L., & Dodd, L. (2017). Illumination through narrative: using writing to explore hidden life experience: Introduction. Text Journal, (Special issue 38), 4 pages. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue38/McAllister_Brien&Dodd.pdf

Ryan, C., Heidke, P., Blunt, N., Williamson, M., & Brien, D. L. (2017). Using blogging to engage nursing students in reflective practice. Text, (Special Issue 38), 10 pages. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue38/content.htm

Brien, D. L., & McAllister, M. (2017). Moving Beyond Routines in Teaching and Learning: Releasing the Educative Potential of Published Eating Disorder Memoirs. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 38(5), 402-410. doi:10.1080/01612840.2016.1268224

Mcallister, M. M., & Brien, D. L. (2017). ‘Pre-Run, Re-Run’: An innovative research capacity building exercise. Nurse Education in Practice, 27, 144-150. doi:10.1016/j.nepr.2017.09.002

McAllister, M., Brien, D. L., & Piatti-Farnell, L. (2017). Tainted love: Gothic imaging of nurses in popular culture.. J Adv Nurs. doi:10.1111/jan.13452

Book

Brien, D., & Brady, T. (2004). The girl's guide to work and life : how to create the life you want. Crows Nest, N.S.W.: Allen & Unwin.

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Cole, C., Freiman, M., & Brien, D. (2010). The strange bedfellows or perfect partners papers : the refereed proceedings of the 15th conference of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs, 2010. Guyra, Vic.: Australasian Association of Writing Programs. Retrieved from http://aawp.org.au/

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Adams, J., & Brien, D. (2012). Cake: a cookbook in a day. Melbourne, Vic.: AB Publishing.

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Webb, J., Brien, D., & Burr, S. (2012). Examining doctorates in the creative arts: a guide. Canberra, ACT: Australasian Association of Writing Programs. Retrieved from http://aawp.org.au/files/examiners_booklet_final_0.pdf

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Brien, D., Owens, A., & Carey, J. (2015). In our own words: stories by Australia’s international students [Metadata only in ACQUIRE]. Armidale, NSW: Tablelands Press.

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Piatti-Farnell, L., & Brien, D. (2015). New directions in 21st century gothic : the gothic compass (1st International ed.). New York, N.Y.: Routledge. Retrieved from https://www.routledge.com/products/9781138810617

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Conference paper

Brien, D. (2006). Integrity in planning postgraduate curriculum : developing research degrees in writing that work. In Educational integrity : values in teaching, learning & research. (pp. 42). Australia: University of Newcastle. Retrieved from http://www.newcastle.edu.au/conference/apeic/papers_pdf/brien_edd.pdf

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Webb, J., & Brien, D. (2007). Preparing graduates for creative futures : Australian creative arts programs in a globalising society. In Proceedings of the Partnerships for World Graduates Conference (28-30 November 2007). (pp. 1-10). Melbourne:: RMIT.

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Williamson, R., & Brien, D. (2007). Rescue from the deep end : the case for postgraduate awards in teaching writing. In And Is papers: Proceedings of the 12th conference of the AAWP. (pp. 1-14). Canberra, ACT: Australian Association of Writing Programs. Retrieved from http://aawp.org.au/and-papers-proceedings-12th-conference-aawp

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Brien, D. (2007). Writing about food : significance, opportunities and professional identities. In And Is papers: Proceedings of the 12th conference of the AAWP.. Canberra, ACT: Australian Association of Writing Programs.

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Carey, J., Webb, J., & Brien, D. (2008). A Plethora of policies : examining creative research higher degrees in Australia. In Creativity and uncertainty papers : refereed proceedings of the 13th conference of the Australian Association of Writing Programs, University of Technology, Sydney, 27-29 November, 2008.. Canberra, ACT: Australian Association of Writing Programs. Retrieved from http://aawp.org.au/files/careywebbbrien.pdf

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Williamson, R., Brien, D., & Webb, J. (2008). Modelling best practice in supervision of research higher degrees in writing. In Creativity and uncertainty papers : refereed proceedings of the 13th conference of the Australian Association of Writing Programs, University of Technology, Sydney, 27-29 November, 2008. (pp. 1-17). Canberra, ACT: Australian Association of Writing Programs. Retrieved from http://d3n8a8pro7vhmx.cloudfront.net/

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Brien, D. (2008). Publish or perish? : investigating the doctorate by publication in writing. In Creativity and uncertainty papers : refereed proceedings of the 13th conference of the Australian Association of Writing Programs, University of Technology, Sydney, 27-29 November, 2008. (pp. 1-16). Canberra, ACT: Australian Association of Writing Programs. Retrieved from http://d3n8a8pro7vhmx.cloudfront.net/

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Brien, D., & Webb, J. (2008). The Australian postgraduate writing network : developing a collaborative learning environment for higher degree students and their supervisors. In Lifelong learning : reflecting on successes and framing futures : keynote and refereed papers from the 5th International Lifelong Learning Conference, Yeppoon, Central Queensland, Australia, 16-19 June 2008. (pp. 79-84). Rockhampton, Qld.: Central Queensland University. Retrieved from http://hdl.cqu.edu.au/10018/13175

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Tennent, B., & Brien, D. (2009). ‘Friend or foe?’ : Is learning and teaching policy mainstream or marginal?. In Margins and mainstreams papers : the refereed proceedings of of the 14th Australian Association of Writing Programs Conference (AAWP 2009), 26-28 November 2009 (pp. 1). Australia: Australian Association of Writing Programs. Retrieved from http://aawp.org.au/files/tennent&brien.pdf

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Freiman, M., & Brien, D. (2009). Editorial introduction : The margins and mainstreams papers : the refereed proceedings of the 14th conference of the Australian Association of Writing Programs, 2009. In D. L. Brien, & M. Freiman (Eds.), Margins and mainstreams papers : the refereed proceedings of of the 14th Australian Association of Writing Programs Conference (AAWP 2009), 26-28 November 2009 (pp. 1). Australia: Australasian Association of Writing Programs. Retrieved from http://aawp.org.au/files/freimanbrien_final.pdf

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Brien, D. (2009). Writing our future : towards an organisational history of the Australian Association of Writing Programs. In Margins and mainstreams papers : the refereed proceedings of of the 14th Australian Association of Writing Programs Conference (AAWP 2009), 26-28 November 2009 (pp. 1-10). Australia: Australian Association of Writing Programs. Retrieved from http://aawp.org.au/files/brien_0.pdfiewed

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Graham, C., & Brien, D. (2010). Beyond both literary and writing studies : using transdisciplinary studies to facilitate mode 2 learning in the creative industries and creative arts. In Strange bedfellows or perfect partners papers : the refereed proceedings of the 15th conference of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs (AAWP 2010), 25th-27th November, 2010, Melbourne, Australia. (pp. 1-12). Guyra, NSW: Australian Association of Writing Programs. Retrieved from http://d3n8a8pro7vhmx.cloudfront.net/

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Cole, C., Freiman, M., & Brien, D. (2010). Editorial introduction : The Strange Bedfellows or Perfect Partners Papers: the refereed proceedings of the 15th conference of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs, 2010. In C. Cole, M. Freiman, & D. L. Brien (Eds.), Strange bedfellows or perfect partners papers : the refereed proceedings of the 15th conference of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs (AAWP 2010), 25th-27th November, 2010, Melbourne, Australia (pp. 1-3). Guyra, NSW: Australian Association of Writing Programs. Retrieved from http://aawp.org.au/files/edintro_colefreiman&brien.pdf

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Brien, D. (2010). Re-cooking ‘the canon’ of Australian literature? : classic 1960s Australian food writing. In Strange bedfellows or perfect partners papers : the refereed proceedings of the 15th conference of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs (AAWP 2010), 25th-27th November, 2010, Melbourne, Australia. (pp. 1-12). Guyra, NSW: Australian Association of Writing Programs. Retrieved from http://aawp.org.au/

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Webb, J., Brien, D., & Burr, S. (2012). Facing the final hurdle : creative arts PhD programs and examination standards. In Encounters : Place, Situation, Context Papers. The Refereed Proceedings of the 17th Conference of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs. (pp. 1-10). Canberra: Australasian Association of Writing Programs. Retrieved from http://d3n8a8pro7vhmx.cloudfront.net/

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Webb, J., Brien, D. L., & Burr, S. (2012). Research training in the creative disciplines : the ‘double doctorate’, the ‘Clayton’s PhD’, or ‘a new kind of practice’?. In Region and Isolation: The changing function of art & design education within diasporic cultures and borderlass communities : Proceedings of the 2012 Australian Council of University Art and Design Schools Annual Conference (pp. 1-9). Perth, Australia: Australian Council of University Art & Design Schools. Retrieved from http://acuads.com.au/conference/2012-conference

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Brien, D. (2012). The role of food writing and publishing in promoting and resisting change in Australia and New Zealand in the 1920s. In Encounters : Place, Situation, Context Papers. The Refereed Proceedings of the 17th Conference of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs. (pp. 1-9). Canberra: Australasian Association of Writing Programs. Retrieved from http://d3n8a8pro7vhmx.cloudfront.net/

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Franks, R., Brien, D., & Usiekniewicz, M. (2013). Murder they cooked : the role of food in crime fiction. In Peer Reviewed Proceedings of the 4th Annual Conference, Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand (PopCAANZ), Brisbane, Australia, 24-26 June, 2013. (pp. 41-51). Chapel Hill, Qld.: Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand. Retrieved from http://popcaanz.com/

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Brien, D. (2013). Reading the eating disorder memoir as food writing. In Peer Reviewed Proceedings of the 4th Annual Conference, Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand (PopCAANZ), Brisbane, Australia, 24-26 June, 2013. (pp. 91-102). Chapel Hill, Qld.: Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand. Retrieved from http://popcaanz.com/

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Webb, J., Burr, S., & Brien, D. (2013). Standards, not standardisation" : examining the creative arts doctorate in Australia. In CALTN Papers : The Refereed Proceedings of the Creative Arts Learning and Teaching Network Symposium. (pp. 36-60). Hobart, Tasmania: University of Tasmania & Creative Arts Learning and Teaching Network (OLT).

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Owens, A., & Brien, D. (2014). ‘Sydney harbour water has just the right amount of salt for soup’ : Englishes in fictionalized biographical writing. In Peer reviewed proceedings of the 5th annual conference Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand (PopCAANZ), Hobart, 18-20 June, 2014. (pp. 21-30). Australia: Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand. Retrieved from http://popcaanz.com/conferenceproceedings_2014/biography_owens_brien.pdf

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Brien, D. (2014). Contemporary food memoir in Singapore : authors, publishers, forms and styles. In Peer reviewed proceedings of the 5th annual conference Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand (PopCAANZ), Hobart, 18-20 June, 2014. (pp. 110-120). Australia: Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand. Retrieved from http://popcaanz.com/conferenceproceedings_2014/food_brien.pdf

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Quinn, K., Abblitt, S., Baker, D., Hecq, D., & Brien, D. (2014). Editing and publishing the gap : attempting to catch what otherwise might fall through. In Minding the gap : writing across thresholds and fault lines papers – the refereed proceedings of the 19th conference of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs, 30 November - 2 December 2014, Wellington NZ editors, Gail Pittaway, Alex Lodge and Lisa Smithies. (pp. 1-18). Lismore: Australian Association of Writing Programs.

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McAllister, M., & Brien, D. (2015). Looking back to see ahead: Reassessing The Snake Pit for its gothic codes and significance. In Peer Reviewed Proceedings of the 6th Annual Conference, Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand (PopCAANZ), Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand, 29 June - 1 July 2015 (pp. 84-94). Wellington: Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand (PopCAANZ). Retrieved from http://popcaanz.com/conference-proceedings-2015/

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Brien, D. (2015). Recovering a forgotten Australian cookery teacher and food writer : Wivine de Stoop. In Peer Reviewed Proceedings of the 6th Annual Conference, Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand (PopCAANZ), Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand, 29 June - 1 July 2015 (pp. 133-142). Wellington: PopCAANZ. Retrieved from http://popcaanz.com/conference-proceedings-2015/

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Book chapter

Brien, D. (2006). The power of truth : literary scandals and creative nonfiction. In N. Krauth, & T. Brady (Eds.), Creative writing : theory beyond practice (pp. 55-63). Teneriffe, Qld: Post Pressed.

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Brien, D. (2007). Looking at death with writers' eyes : developing protocols for utilising roadside memorials in creative writing classes. In J. Clark (Ed.), Roadside memorials : a multidisciplinary approach (pp. 209-216). Armidale, NSW: Emu Press.

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Brien, D., & Webb, J. (2008). Envisioning change : quality and creative arts in Australian universities. In J. McConachie, M. Singh, P. A. Danaher, F. Nouwens, & G. Danaher (Eds.), Changing university learning and teaching : engaging and mobilising leadership, quality and technology (pp. 167-186). Teneriffe, Qld: Post Pressed. Retrieved from http://hdl.cqu.edu.au/10018/28025

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Webb, J., & Brien, D. (2011). Addressing the 'ancient quarrel' : creative writing as research. In M. Biggs (Ed.), Routledge companion to arts based research (pp. 186-203). Abingdon, Oxon (UK): Routledge.

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Brien, D. (2012). Food writing : mobilising the five senses and personal memories. In Unknown (Ed.), Teaching creative writing : practical approaches. (pp. 91-94). Ely, Cambs., UK: The Professional and Higher Partnership Ltd.

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Adams, J., & Brien, D. (2012). Introduction: [Cake: a cookbook in a day]. In J. Adams, & D. L. Brien (Eds.), Cake : a cookbook in a day (pp. 3). Melbourne, Vic.: AB Publishing.

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Brien, D. (2012). Neil Perry's coffee sponge. In J. Adams, & D. L. Brien (Eds.), Cake : a cookbook in a day (pp. 20-21). Melbourne, Vic.: AB Publishing.

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Brien, D. (2012). Roast leg of lamb. In Unknown (Ed.), A taste of Islands : 60 recipes and stories from our World of Islands. (1st ed., pp. 178-181). Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada: Island Studies Press.

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Brien, D. (2013). Non-fiction Writing Research. In J. Kroll, & G. Harper (Eds.), Research methods in creative writing (1st ed., pp. 34-55). Houndmills, Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

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Brien, D., Webb, J., & Burr, S. (2014). Examining doctoral writing in the creative arts. In L. Ravelli, B. Paltridge, & S. Starfield (Eds.), Doctoral writing in the creative and performing arts (1st ed., pp. 97-112). Faringdon, Oxfordshire, UK: Libri Publishing.

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Brien, D. (2014). Morbid dining : writing the haunted history of last meals. In L. Piatti-Farnell, & M. Beville (Eds.), Gothic and the everyday : living gothic (1st International ed., pp. 195-214). Houndsmill, Baskingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

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Brien, D. (2014). The Art and food writing of Maria Kozslik Donovan. In P. Stupples (Ed.), Art and food (pp. 161-177). Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

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Brien, D., Owens, A., & Carey, J. (2015). Introduction : [In our own words : stories by Australia’s international students]. In J. Carey (Ed.), In our own words : stories by Australia’s international students (1st ed., pp. 1-9). Armidale, NSW: Tablelands Press.

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Piatti-Farnell, L., & Brien, D. (2015). Introduction : the gothic compass. In L. Piatti-Farnell, & D. L. Brien (Eds.), New directions in 21st century gothic : the gothic compass (1st ed., pp. 1-10). New York, NY: Routledge.

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Franks, R., & Brien, D. (2015). Murder, mayhem and clever branding : the stunning success of J.B. Fletcher. In J. Anderson, C. Miranda, & B. Pezzotti (Eds.), Serial crime fiction : dying for more (1st International ed., pp. 177-187). Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. Retrieved from http://www.palgravemacmillan.com.au/palgrave/onix/isbn/9781137483683

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Brien, D. (2015). Transgressive consumption: reading between the lines of the alcohol-based memoir. In T. Conroy, & G. Pittaway (Eds.), Minding The Gap - Writing across Thresholds and Fault Lines (pp. 27-42). Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

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Brien, D. (2015). Unsettled and destabilising life writing : the gothic memoir. In L. Piatti-Farnell, & D. L. Brien (Eds.), New directions in 21st century gothic : the gothic compass (1st ed., pp. 146-162). New York, NY: Routledge. Retrieved from http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9781138810617/

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Brien, D. L., & McAllister, M. (2016). Methodological and other research strategies to manoeuvre from single to multi- and interdisciplinary project partnerships. In R. Harreveld, M. Danaher, C. Lawson, B. Knight, & G. Busch (Eds.), Constructing methodology for qualitative research: Researching education and social practices (pp. 171-186). London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1057/978-1-137-59943-8_12

Report

Webb, J., Brien, D., & Burr, S. (2013). Examination of doctoral degrees in the creative arts : process, practice and standards. Canberra, ACT: Office of Learning and Teaching. Retrieved from http://www.olt.gov.au/

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Creative Work

Anderson, M., Beckton, D., Kosick, M., Longbottom, M., Milroy, A., Persaud, N., . . . King, L. (2014). Collaborative scholarly creative writing two poems : two poems 'Thoughts flow from mind to hands’ and ‘Coconut damper: a working recipe'. Canberra : Australian Association of Writing Programs. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/index.htm

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Bissett, Z., Brien, D. L., Davis, S., McGarron, C., Miller, P., Waters, I., & Woodhouse, L. (2016). Floating land, Noosa 2015 (No. Of Pieces: 1 page). Australia: Australasian Association of Writing Programs. Retrieved from http://www.meniscus.org.au/Meniscus_4.1.pdf

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