This post is part of a series featuring individual members of the international, interdisciplinary editorial board of the Journal of L.M. Montgomery Studies. Read about editorial board members' achievements and their reflections on L.M. Montgomery.

Sarah Galletly is an ERC Postdoctoral Fellow in the School of English, Drama and Film at University College Dublin, working with Prof. Porscha Fermanis on the SouthHem project. She was formerly the Margaret and Colin Roderick Postdoctoral Research Fellow at James Cook University. Her PhD, completed at the University of Strathclyde, focused on representations of women’s work in turn-of-the-twentieth-century Canadian fiction. Her current research explores the early twentieth-century mass-market periodical cultures of Canada and Australia, with a particular focus on the short fiction career of L.M. Montgomery. She recently published The Transported Imagination: Australian Interwar Magazines and the Geographical Imaginaries of Late Colonial Modernity (2018) with Victoria Kuttainen and Susann Liebich, and her scholarly work has appeared in the British Journal of Canadian Studies, English Studies in Canada, Journeys, and Transfers.