2020 “Review of Climate Change Scepticism: A Transnational Ecocritical Analysis,” edited by Greg Garrard, Axel Goodbody, George B. Handley, Stephanie Posthumus, Tamkang Review, Vol. 41, No. 1, Dec. 2020, pp. 121-136

2018 “Review of John Parham, Green Media and Popular Culture: An Introduction. London and New York: Palgrave Macmillan“, in Studies in Australasian Cinema, Vol 12, issue 2-3, pp. 192-195. Taylor & Francis. Link to article:  https://doi.org/10.1080/17503175.2018.1469391

2009   “Review of Making Sense of Place: Exploring concepts and expressions of place through different senses and lenses,” edited by Frank Vanclay et al. Island 116 (Autumn) 73-77: http://www.islandmag.com/116/review.html

2008  “Discussing Nature as a Construction.”  Interviewed by S. Susan Deborah and Rayson K. Alex, 9th OSLE-India Newsletter (Aug) 2-6: http://eprints.utas.edu.au/7424/

2007  Commissioned review, Water From the Moon: Illusion and Reality in the works of Australian Novelist Christopher Koch, by Jean-Francois Vernay. Vol. 7, JASAL, pp.116-121. http://www.nla.gov.au/openpublish/index.php/jasal/index

2006 (Media) Presenter, “Preserving Health: Traditional Chinese Medicine.” Luohu TV Productions, Shenzhen China and Australia (2xDVD 130 mins): Producer Yun Niu; Director Hong Jian Wang;  Photographer Bai Hua Wu. https://trove.nla.gov.au/version/31275248

2005  “Quaker Writers, in Van Diemen’s Land,” Encyclopaedia of Religion and Nature, edited by Bron Taylor. Thoemmes Continuum, New York, pp. 1319-1321. http://eprints.utas.edu.au/532/

2005 “James (Jim) McQueen,” Companion to Tasmanian History, edited by Alison Alexander. Hobart: Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies, p. 226.

2005  “Narrative Streams,” Island 101 (Winter): 39-52. (Non-fiction creative writing: Wildcare Nature Writing Prize, Highly Commended). Available as an e-print: http://eprints.utas.edu.au/530/ Based on the Tarkine trek, taken along with various photographers and resulting in the WWF publication, Tarkine (2004, see below).

In 2003, CA. accompanied a group of photographers for a fortnight walking the Tarkine wilderness, capturing in words what they captured in images. Part of the WWF campaign to save the Tarkine from deforestation
Interviewing Rob Horton, the last bullocky driver in Tasmania.

2004   “Fortnight Diaries,” Tarkine, edited by Ralph Ashton. World Wildlife Fund and Allen & Unwin, NSW: 32, 50, 67, 90, 96, 100, 104, 134. (Creative writing).

2004   ‘Timeless’, CA. Cranston and Tim Thorne. Tarkine. Ralph Ashton (ed.). World Wildlife Fund and Allen & Unwin, NSW: 38. (Poetry).

2004 “John Morrison,” Encyclopedia of Post-Colonial Literatures in English, edited by Eugene Benson and Len Conolly. Routledge (1994, rpt;). Revised entry.

2004  “James McQueen,” Encyclopedia of Post-Colonial Literatures in English, edited by Eugene Benson and Len Conolly. Routledge (1994, rpt;) Revised entry.  — See also:
Interview with James McQueen: “Between a Rock and a Hard Place,” Island 45 (Spring 1990) 20-26.

CA. also holds a Masters in Communication (RTF) from the University of Texas at Austin.

In a previous life (in media) CA. worked in the Crawford Production TV series “Division 4,” “Matlock,” & “Homicide”; ABC “Bellbird;” double for the Australian Ballet Company (with Sir Robert Helpmann and Rudolph Nureyev); Tristar productions (LA; with Chuck Connors); Vinegar Syndrome (Texas; with Bill Paxton); toured with Evel Knievel; was the presenter for Luo hu TV Productions, Shenzhen and Australia (DVD). Received the Danny Arnold Award for scriptwriting; featured at the Capitol City Playhouse (Austin) with her play ‘Paper Dragons’. And in radio, hosted the ‘Austin A.M.’ program with KOKE, and the news with KGTN. Received an “Honorary Citizen” Award for services to broadcasting from the Governor of Texas.