Kathleen Mary Fallon's work extends across a variety of media, including: the novel Working Hot (published by Sybylla Co-Operative Press in 1989 and winner of a Victorian Premier's Award for Innovative Writing); written librettos for the opera Matricide - The Musical (composed by Elena Kats-Chernin and presented by Chamber Made Opera) as well as the song cycle Laquiem: Tales From the Mourning of the Lac Women (composed by Andree Greenwell); as well as the 2007 AWGIE Award-nominate script for the film Call Me Mum (directed by Margot Nash and produced by Michael McMahon). Kathleen currently lectures in creative writing at The University of Melbourne.
"'I feel myself slipping into Amnesia. All the stories of my life slipping away. I am his guardian. I cannot leave my post. Sometimes I think if they just took Warren away I'd forget about him in a week... Every voice is saying, 'Give it away, girlie! After all these years, after all you know about him, don't let them do it to him!' - Kate in Paydirt"