Tegan Webb

Tegan Webb is a writer, zine and digital art maker from Melbourne.

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Sophie Overett

Sophie Overett is an award-winning writer, Queensland Literary Awards Fellow recipient, and cultural producer.

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Joshua Mostafa

Joshua Mostafa is a doctoral candidate at the Writing and Society Centre, Western Sydney University. His creative practice explores the interstices of prose and metrical poetry, of narrative and the lyric, and of the written and the spoken word. He lives in the Blue Mountains.

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Linda Taimre

Linda Taimre has been an actor, corporate improvement analyst, teacher, producer, and operations manager.  Nowadays, her interests tend towards neuropsychology, though she still loves an occasional theatrical stint.  She has always written poetry and short stories for herself – they are often dark, with a sci-fi bent.  The Fading is her first novella, and her first work intended to be read by others.

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Anna Jackson

Anna Jackson is a poet and academic living in Island Bay, Wellington.  Her most recent collection of poetry is Pasture and Flock: New and Selected Poems (Auckland University Press, 2018). 

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Avi Duckor-Jones

Avi Duckor-Jones is an Auckland based writer. Although trained as a lawyer, Avi gained his MA in creative writing from Victoria University’s International Institute of Modern Letters in 2013. His travel writing has been published by BBC Travel, The NZ Listener and Lonely Planet. Avi has worked as a writing instructor and trip leader for National Geographic, directed a school in Ghana, and is the recent winner of NZ Survivor

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Naomi Barton

Naomi Barton is an Illawarra-based fiction prose writer. She is currently undertaking a PhD in Creative Writing at the University of Wollongong, focusing on the victim's place in crime fiction narratives. Liar's Candle is her first novella. She lives with her budgie, Toby, and four thousand crime fiction novels, several of which she has read.

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Hasti Abbasi

Hasti Abbasi was awarded a Doctorate of Philosophy from Griffith University in 2017. Her submission consisted of a comparative literary study of dislocation, writing and identity in Persian and Australian contemporary fiction, and a creative novella. She has been gaining recognition through actively publishing material for a number of years in literary journals including Southerly, Mascara Literary Review, Verity La, Bareknuckle Journal of Letters and Bareknuckle Anthology. Her dissertation has been well received in publications and delivery at conferences. Most recently it has been included in Antipodes, Text, and Hecate, and AAWP.

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Frances An

Frances An is a Vietnamese-Cantonese-Australian writer from the Western Sydney region. She studies Psychology and Literature at Western Sydney University.

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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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