Jinny is my family nickname, everyone else knows me as Jenny. I did once consider changing my name to Patsy, around about the time I was waiting for Elvis Presley to come and marry me but neither happened so I decided Jenny would suffice, provided I could ride a motorbike with a St Bernard as a pillion passenger. Once I found out how much they drooled I decided to opt for a Labrador instead, and after Dad threatened to axe the motorbike – literally- I settled for a Morris Minor.
I am a MEAA accredited Freelance Journalist, completed my journalism major in the Bachelor of Arts through Deakin University and I am particularly interested in people and place.
Off-duty I am a family historian and local history researcher in the Warrnambool – Port Fairy district of South-West Victoria.
Soldier’s Message-in-abottle by Jenny Williams Fawcett at ABC Open:
Granny’s Grave @ Warrnambool by Bluestone Magazine