Jayne Fenton Keane (Australia)

Jayne Fenton Keane

BEd., BA (Honours.1). Currently researching PhD on 3D Poetic Structures

· Winner of the Mayne Multimedia Award, Newcastle National Multimedia Poetry Prize, 2002
· Author of 2 Books Torn (2000) and Ophelia’s Codpiece (2002)
· Recipient of Writers’ Fellowships & grants from Arts Queensland and the Australian High Commission
· Multiple awards for poetry, short stories and plays – including, 2 nominations for the Pushcart Prize
· Recipient of Postgraduate Research Scholarship.
· Creator and Curator of The Stalking Tongue – Book II, Slamming The Sonnet was exhibited at the UCLA e-literature symposium and The Electronic Literature Organization’s Digital Culture Festival 2002.

Jayne Fenton Keane participates in

SoundLAB – Edition V
soundStory – sound as a tool for storytelling
curated by Melody Parker-Carter


  • Violence Online Festival
  • curated by Agricola de Cologne


  • A Virtual Memorial
  • Rainforest Memorial curated by Agricola de Cologne