Grace Finlayson

Grace Finlayson is a short story writer and fiction editor at Voiceworks. You can find her work in Scum Mag, Kill Your Darlings, The Other Stories and elsewhere. She tweets @gracefinlayson. 

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Camilla Eustance

Camilla is an illustrator and writer living in Melbourne, Australia. Her work has been published in various online and print publications including Voiceworks, The Suburban Review, Maggie Journal, Above Water, The Purple Breakfast Review, Farrago and .jpeg journal. You can find her @camilla.eustance on Instagram and at camillaeustance.wordpress.com.

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Justine Hyde

Justine Hyde is a director of the State Library Victoria, a freelance writer and literary critic. Her writing has appeared in The Age, Meanjin, Newtown Review of Books, Women’s Agenda and Wheeler Centre Dailies.

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Zoe Knowles

Zoe Knowles is a Sydney-based storyteller and editor who has studied English Literature at Sydney University and, more recently, completed a Masters of Creative Writing at UTS, Sydney. She currently works in publishing and is working on her first novel series. 

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Nicole Crichton

Nicole Crichton studied ancient history (Greece, Rome and Late Antiquity) and writing at Macquarie University. She has a few pieces published across The Quarry, The Learned Pig and The Regal Fox.

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Gareth Hipwell

Gareth Hipwell is a Sydney-based freelance artist, arts journalist and author, writing for Rolling Stone Australia, The Big Issue, Australian Book Review and other publications.

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Alexandra O'Sullivan

Alexandra O'Sullivan lives in Melbourne with her son Nicholas. She writes fiction and creative nonfiction. Her work has appeared in Meanjin, Tincture, and Verity La. She is currently working on a book of essays.

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Josh Wildie

Josh Wildie is an award-winning writer from the Sunshine Coast. He has a Master of Professional Practice (Creative Writing) from the University of the Sunshine Coast. Among other places, his writing can be found in Idiom 23, Field of Words and the Hunter Valley Writer's Centre's Grieve Project Anthology.

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Kip Elder

For two years, Kip worked as a full-time writer/producer on the SBS current affairs show 'The Feed', until too much daily news began to send him insane. Now he writes funny stories about the world ending, pulpy sci-fi, and a series of children's books.

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Brenda Anderson

Brenda Anderson’s fiction has appeared in various places, most recently in Every Day Fiction and Daily Science Fiction. She lives in Adelaide, S.A. and tweets irregularly @CinnamonShops.

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Jennifer Worgan

Jennifer is a writer and editor who lives in Sydney. She is in her final year at UTS, majoring in Writing and Cultural Studies. She edited Vertigo in 2016 and the UTS Writers' Anthology in 2017. 

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Ling McGregor

Ling McGregor is an editor and illustrator who has worked on publications such as And Watch the Whale Explode and Vertigo Magazine. You can find more of her drawings on Instagram @lingmcgregor. 

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Mira Schlosberg

Mira Schlosberg is a writer, editor and comics artist whose work has appeared in The Lifted BrowVoiceworks and Scum Mag. You can find Mira on Twitter @miraschlosberg.

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Iain Ryan

Iain Ryan grew up in the Brisbane suburbs. In 2015, his first novel, Four Days was published and in 2016 it was shortlisted for the Ned Kelly Award for Best First Fiction. He maintains a monthly newsletter called The Farewell Transmission, subscribe here: https://tinyletter.com/IainRyan. He lives in Melbourne.

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Brianna J Muir

Brianna J Muir is a sometimes student archaeologist, sometimes writer from Canberra, Australia. Her work has been published most notably in Woroni, Adonis Designs Press’ Navigating the Maze, and in Shane W Smith’s All The King’s Men.

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DBC Pierre

Known as much for youthful scandal as for books, DBC Pierre was a visual artist before writing his first novel in 2001. His debut Vernon God Little became the first book to win both a Booker and Whitbread prize, and went on to be published in 43 territories, leading to another two novels – Ludmila’s Broken English and Lights Out In Wonderland, in a loose trilogy of comedies.

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