Only Connect authors at Sydney launch
Sharon reading at IASA Cultural Programme, Trivandrum, Kerala, India.
Sharon and Meenakshi interviewed by SBS Hindi Radio at The Hughenden.
Sharon at AILIF, State Library NSW.
Sharon and Meenakshi
Conference at JNU
Sharon with "Fear Factor Terror Incognito" authors Sujata Sankranti, Jaspreet Singh, co-editor Meenakshi Bharat and author Susanne Gervay in New Delhi
University of Delhi
Sharon at British Council, New Delhi, India
Sharon giving paper and digital storytelling presentation at IASA Goa 2010 Conference
Follow me on Academia.edu Sharon's doctoral research examined fiction by South Asian-Australian novelists published in Australia. She was conferred a University of Technology Sydney Doctorate of Creative Arts in 2017 University of Technology Sydney Postgraduates.
Sharon is Chair of the University of Technology Sydney Writers' Alumni
She has served on the Board of Directors and Management Committee of the NSW Writers' Centre
In January 2014, Sharon presented a paper 'Kalpana Downunder' as a panellist at the Indian Association for the Study of Australia Biennial 2014 Conference in Trivandrum, Kerala, India;
Sharon chaired a panel Women in Power at the Indian Association for the Study of Australia Biennial 2014 Conference in Trivandrum, Kerala, India;
She was invited to read her story 'Ariel's Song' at the Indian Association for the Study of Australia Biennial 2014 Conference Cultural Programme sponsored by Kerala Tourism at the Mascot Hotel in Trivandrum, Kerala, India;
Presented paper 'Multiplicity of Voices' at Gondwanalandings: Voices of the Emerging Indian Diaspora in Australia (2013 Australia India Institute Flagship Event) at the University of Melbourne and State Library of Victoria.
In September 2012, Sharon presented a paper as a panellist on the Editors and Publishers Panel at the Australia-India Literatures International; at the State Library of NSW, . More at Sharon's Blog.
Sharon chaired the Fear Factor Terror Incognito Panel at Eltham Bookshop Literature Festival "World Matters" - Writers Disturbing The Peace on October 30 and 31, 2010, held at the magical Montsalvat. Co-editor Meenakshi Bharat flew from New Delhi to be on the panel, while Devika Brendon, Susanne Gervay and Sharon travelled there from Sydney.
RUPA PUBLISHING - THE HOUSE OF BEST SELLERS
brings you the Indian Edition of ONLY CONNECT: Stories about Technology and Us from Australia and the Indian subcontinent. Released August, 2014.
More, including latest reviews at Trust Me, I'm a Storyteller
In April 2014, Sharon and co-editor Meenakshi Bharat launched Only Connect: Short fiction about Technology and Us
Published by Brass Monkey Books, Australia.
A third volume of stories from Australia and the Indian subcontinent.
In May 2012, Sharon and co-editor Meenakshi Bharat launched Alien Shores: Tales of Refugees and Asylum Seekers
Published by Brass Monkey Books, .
A second volume of stories from Australia and the Indian subcontinent.
Co-edited, with Dr Meenakshi Bharat, a third volume of stories from Australia and the Indian Subcontinent - Only Connect: Short fiction about technology and us, published by Brass Monkey Books Australia (April, 2014). Published by RUPA PUBLISHING - THE HOUSE OF BEST SELLERS , August 2014.
Alien Shores: tales of Refugees and Asylum Seekers
Published 2012 by Brass Monkey Books.
A second volume of stories from Australia and the Indian subcontinent. For more go to Publications
"Fear Factor, Terror Incognito" published by Picador India in October 2009 and Picador Australia in March 2010. For more go to Publications.
Round Table Magic  and Round Table Writing .
Changes & Chances, the first twenty years of the Central Coast Women's Health Centre (published NSW Dept of Health, 1997).
Mountain and Valley Echo, a collection of interviews and researched articles on the Mangrove Mountain Districts and its people was published in 1994 by the Wyong Historical Society & Museum with assistance from Wyong Council.
The Newcastle University Library, Mountain and Valley Echo
Sharon and Meenakshi published an essay Tackling the Topic of Terrorism in Southerly Journal: 70.3 ~ India India Issue, University of Sydney (May 2011).
Sharon's latest short story, Fugue for Guinea Pigs appears in RUPA PUBLISHING - THE HOUSE OF BEST SELLERS
Indian Edition of ONLY CONNECT: Stories about Technology and Us from Australia and the Indian subcontinent.
Ariel's Song in Alien Shores, edited Bharat & Rundle, published Brass Monkey Books (2012) in Australia..
Cherryulla appears in Encounters Modern Australian Short Stories, edited by Barry Oakley, published Five Mile Press.
Strutting Our Stuff in Desert In Bloom ~ Contemporary Indian Women's Fiction in English [hardcover, Pencraft International, India. 2004]
"A corroborative critical role is performed by the dynamic perceptions of Australian Sharon Rundle, the 1998 Commonwealth short story regional award winner, who analyses what it means to be a woman writer; the responsibilities and the problems that come with it ... In this context, she praises Sujata Sankranti and her 'The Warp and the Weft and Other Stories' for 'her valuable contribution to international literature with her sensitive storytelling.'"
Meenakshi Bharat, from the Introduction to Desert in Bloom
Desert in Bloom reviewed in The Hindu
'The Myth of Women Writers'
Samyukta, January 2005. Vol. V No. 1. pp.342-346.
Published by Women's Initiatives, Thiruvananthapuram, India. Her work has been published in
Reviews and Media
Kerryn Goldsworthy reviews 'Only Connect: Short fiction about Technology and Us' in the Sydney Morning Herald, 'Spectrum Books', 'In Short Fiction'. May 30, 2014.
Meenakshi and Sharon were interviewed about Only Connect: Stories about Technology and Us, on SBS Hindi Radio by Kumud Merani. April 2014.
Sydney Morning Herald review of 'Only Connect', June 7-8, 2014.
In 2012, Sharon and Susanne Gervay were interviewed by Michael Cathcart on ABC RN Books and Arts Daily.
Meenakshi and Sharon were interviewed on SBS Hindi Radio by Devaki Monani.
'Alien Shores' Southerly Journal Review
Alien Shores: Tales of Refugees and Asylum Seekers was successfully launched in May 2012, in Sydney by the Consul-General of India, Sydney, Mr Amit Dasbupta; in Melbourne by Julian Burnside QC; on the NSW Central Coast by Deb O'Neill MP; and at the Gloucester Writers' Festival. Details and photos at Trust Me, I'm a Storyteller
NSW Writers Centre
2011-2012 Board of Directors and Management Committee
Professional member of Society of Editors NSW
Full member of the Institute of Professional Editors
Writing Fellow Fellowship of Australian Writers
Life Member Indian Association for the Study of Australia (IASA).
Founding Member A P Writers: The Asia-Pacific Writers and Translators Association.
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