Coral Hull


Author of over thirty-five books
of poetry, fiction, artwork and digital photography.
Coral is also an animal rights advocate and has spent
much of her life working voluntarily on behalf of animals.

She has been a long term sufferer of chronic PTSD
(post traumatic stress disorder), which left her disabled
and living in poverty until her early thirties. She has recently
completed a book titled: Voices from the Dark with writer
Sandy Jeffs exploring mental illness and creativity.

Editor and Publisher of Thylazine,
a non-profit biannual literary and arts journal
with emphasis on indigenous Australian culture.

When not on specific assignments Coral divides her time
between Sydney (Australia) and New York (USA).

Selected Works

Prose:

Gangsters, and The City of Detroit Is Inside Me
Jacobyte Books, 2001

Work The Sex
Jacobyte Books, 2002.

Poetry:

In The Dog Box Of Summer in Hot Collation
Penguin Books Australia, 1995

William's Mongrels in The Wild Life
Penguin Books Australia, 1996

Broken Land
Five Islands Press, 1997

How Do Detectives Make Love?
Penguin Books Australia, 1998

Anthology:

The Book of Modern Australian Animal Poems - (1900-1999)
(Editor with an Introduction by John Kinsella)
Thylazine Publishing, 2002.