Stephanie Bishop

Johanna Leggatt reviews 'Man out of Time' by Stephanie Bishop

Johanna Leggatt
23 August 2018

Stephanie Bishop’s third novel, Man Out of Time, her most mature work to date, echoes Virginia Woolf’s psychological realism and the claustrophobic intensity of Elizabeth Harr More

Jane Sullivan reviews 'The Other Side of the World' by Stephanie Bishop

Jane Sullivan
26 August 2015

One of the most potent stories we can tell is a story of migration. With the exception of indigenous people, every Australian originally came from somewhere else. Take just one source: the emigrants from England. Kate Grenville writes about her convict and settler ancestry in her More

Future Tense with Stephanie Bishop

25 August 2015

What drew you to writing?

I can’t remember not writing – it is something I have always done. As a teenager I was strongly encouraged by some wonderful teachers and started to become much more serious about it. I have always felt this need, this pressure, to translate experience into language.More