Rosaleen Love

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Rosaleen Love (born 1940) is an Australian science journalist and writer. She has a PhD in the history and philosophy of science from the University of Melbourne. She has written works on the Great Barrier Reef and other science or conservation topics.[1] She has also written science fiction, which has been noted for her use of irony and feminism.[2] She has been nominated for the Ditmar Award six times,[3] and won the Chandler Award in 2009.




  • The Traveling Tide (2005)

Short fiction[edit]

Anthologies edited[edit]

  • If Atoms Could Talk (1987)


  • Reefscape: Reflections on the Great Barrier Reef (2000)


  • Ursula K. le Guin and Therolinguistics (1998)
  • The Onion Skin Theory of Identity, the Paint Pot Theory of Gender, and the Blu-Tack Theory of Position (1999)
  • Star Drover (2001)
  • In Tribulation and with Jubilee: On Pilgrimage with Bridie King (2005)


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