Judy Rankin is a PhD candidate in Media and Communication at RMIT and her creative practice research incorporates storytelling, creative nonfiction, identity and belonging. She is exploring the concept of self, identity and belonging as a first-generation Australia living in a multicultural environment. Her research interests include process philosophy, phenomenology, auto/ethnography, and creative nonfiction as a method of inquiry.
Prior to commencing her PhD, Judy completed a BA (Hons) in Professional Writing and Publishing. She has taught English as a Second Language in Britain and Europe, is a published writer and is self-employed.
Novels: It’s [Not]All About Liz! (2014) Balboa Press. Catelina (2017) Pegasus.
Magazine Articles: Baverstock Graves: For king and country. MUFTI (2018). Forty Years Apart: Reunited with my first love. (November 2019). That’s life!
Short-stories: The Fly (2015), The Loss of a Life (2016), Tally Ho (2014) published in Looking from the Inside Out, Geelong Writer’s Anthology (2020).