Mireille Juchau

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Mireille Juchau
Born 1969 (age 48–49)
Sydney, New South Wales
Occupation writer
Language English
Nationality Australian
Notable works The World Without Us
Years active 1995-

Mireille Juchau (born 1969) is an Australian author who was born and raised in Sydney New South Wales, where she currently lives.[1]

Juchau was formerly the fiction editor of HEAT Magazine.[2] She received First Class Honours and the University Medal from the University of Technology, Sydney in 1994, and a doctorate in Writing and Philosophy from the University of Western Sydney in 2000.[3] Juchau was Scholar in Writing at the University of Technology in 2010. She received the Marten Bequest Travelling Scholarship in 2004.



  • Machines for Feeling (2001)
  • Burning In (2007)
  • The World Without Us (2015)


  • White Gifts (2002)

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Juchau has been a peer on the Literature Board for the Australia Council for the Arts, a judge for the New South Wales Premier's Literary Awards and has lectured at the University of Technology, Sydney; University of New South Wales and Western Sydney University. She attended the New York State Summer Writer's School, USA in 2000 and has had several writing residencies at Varuna Writers Centre and Bundanon Arts Centre, Australia.


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