Tangea Tansley's latest publications are her third novel A Question of Belonging (Arena Books) and the collection Perspectives: Story & Memoir. Her other novels are A Break in the Chain (longlisted in One Country Reading) and Out of Place(shortlisted in the Penguin-Varuna unpublished manuscript competition). Her non-fiction includes Our Grand Design, For Women Who Grieve and ghost for Ethnée Holmes à Court's memoir Heytesbury Stud. Many of her short stories, essays and reviews have been published, broadcast and anthologised. She is a winner of the Society of Women Writers' Launceston Literary Award and joint-winner of the Todhunter Literary Award, while other stories have been highly commended or shortlisted in national competitions. She has a PhD from Murdoch University in cross-cultural writing and a background in magazine editing and publishing, journalism, public relations and university lecturing.