Susie Greenhill lives on the mouth of the Huon River in southern Tasmania. Her short stories have been published in journals and anthologies such as Island, The Review of Australian Fiction, Zoomorphic, Transportation, and Seven Stories. The manuscript for her novel, ‘The Clinking,’ a story of extinction, grief and interconnection in a warming world, won the 2016 Richell Prize. Susie has a first class honours degree in English and Wilderness Studies from Utas and a PhD in Writing from Edith Cowan University. Her thesis, ‘Maps for the Lost: A Collection of Short Fiction and Human / Nature Ecotones: Climate Change and the Ecological Imagination: A critical Essay,’ was awarded the Postgraduate Research Medal. She lives with her family at the mouth of the Huon River in southern Tasmania.