Kate Pullinger has been working as a print-based writer since 1988. Her books include the novels The Last Time I Saw Jane, Where Does Kissing End? and, most recently, Weird Sister, as well as the short story collection, My Life as a Girl in a Men's Prison. Kate Pullinger also writes for film; her feature-length screenplay 'Lily' is currently in development. She co-wrote the novel of the film 'The Piano' with Jane Campion. She has lectured and taught widely; in 1995/96 she was Judith E Wilson Visiting Fellow at Jesus College, Cambridge; and she is currently visiting Writing Fellow at The Women's Library at London Guildhall University. Based in London, England, she teaches online at the trAce Writing School and from March 2002 will be Research Fellow at the trAce Online Writing Centre at The Nottingham Trent University, looking at new forms of online narrative and new media writing.
This speaker will participate in the Navigating the Borders - Edges and Interfaces panel.