Jane Turner Goldsmith is a writer, psychologist and teacher. Her novel Poinciana (Wakefield Press, 2006) was shortlisted for a Commonwealth Prize. She has published short stories, poetry, flash pieces and children’s fiction and edited a non-fiction anthology of adoption stories. She has worked as a content writer for the Black Dog Institute, taught fiction writing through TafeSA and edits SA Psychnews. She has run workshops for children and adults and has been invited guest speaker for writers’ festivals locally, regionally and overseas. She currently works as student counsellor at the University of Adelaide, and writes on mental health and well-being topics for staff and students.