Stephanie Green is Program Director for the Graduate Certificate in Creative and Professional Writing program, and was Deputy Head of School, Learning & Teaching, in the School of Humanities, Languages and Social Sciences at Griffith University from 2015-2017. She teaches courses in creative writing and literary studies, and convenes Foundations of Western Culture, one of six first year foundation courses in the Bachelor of Arts at GU.
Her academic books and journal articles include studies in creative writing, biography and screen gothic fantasy. Her recent major publications include Letting the Wrong One In: Hospitality and Consent in Vampire Popular Culture. Co-edited with A/Prof Agnieszka Stasiewicz-Bieńkowska (Jagiellonian University, Poland) and Dr David Baker (HLSS, Griffith University, Australia) (Palgrave, November 2017), and The Public Lives of Charlotte and Marie Stopes (Taylor & Francis, 2013).
As a practicing creative writer, she has also published fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction and cultural journalism. Her work has appeared in numerous journals such as Axon, TEXT, Griffith Review, Overland and in a variety of anthologies and collections.