SRB Writers, A-E

a: Abdi — Azzopardi

Ilhan Abdi

Ilhan Abdi is the junior editor of the Sydney Review of Books and program...

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Paula Abood

Paula Abood is a cultural worker and educator, writer and creative producer. She was the 2013...

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Debra Adelaide

Debra Adelaide is the author or editor of more than 15 books, including several...

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Lauren Aimee Curtis

Lauren Aimee Curtis is a PhD candidate at the University of Technology, Sydney. Her...

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Winnie Akata Siulolovao Dunn

Winnie Dunn is a Tongan-Australian writer from Mt Druitt. She is a manager and...

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Ali Alizadeh

Ali Alizadeh is a senior lecturer in Literature and Creative Writing at Monash University....

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Keyvan Allahyari

Keyvan Allahyari has recently completed his doctorate at the University of Melbourne. He is...

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Sydnye Allen

Sydnye Allen is an African-American writer who currently lives in Petersham. She holds a...

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Patrick Allington

Patrick Allington’s Figurehead (Black Inc. 2009) was longlisted for the Miles Franklin literary award, and...

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Cristina Álvarez López

Cristina Álvarez López is a film critic and audiovisual artist based in Vilassar de...

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Zohra Aly

Zohra trained and practised as a pharmacist for several years before finally turning to...

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Dominic Amerena

Dominic Amerena’s work has been published widely. He has been a Felix Meyer Scholar,...

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Frances An

Frances An is a Vietnamese-Cantonese-Australian writer living in Western Sydney. She graduated from the...

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Katherine J. Anderson

Katherine J. Anderson is an assistant professor of English at Western Washington University, where...

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Evelyn Araluen

Evelyn Araluen is a poet, researcher, and teacher working with Indigenous literatures at the...

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Rawah Arja

Rawah Arja is a writer and teacher from Western Sydney. Her first book, The...

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Judith Armstrong

Judith Armstrong taught Russian Studies at the University of Melbourne before leaving to write...

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Sarah Ayoub

Sarah Ayoub is a journalist and author whose work has been published in The...

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Mark Azzopardi

Mark Azzopardi lives in Tokyo and is Assistant Professor of Intellectual Heritage and Modern...

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b: Badami — Byron

Sunil Badami

Sunil Badami is a writer, performer, broadcaster and Sydneysider. His work has appeared in...

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Ruth Balint

Ruth Balint is a senior lecturer in History in the School of Humanities and...

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Paola Balla

Paola Balla is a Wemba-Wemba & Gunditjmara woman & is a visual artist, curator,...

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Bronwyn Bancroft

has been painting for over 30 years. She has a diverse Artistic practice including...

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Ruth Barcan

Ruth Barcan works in the Department of Gender and Cultural Studies at the University...

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Sophia Barnes

Sophia Barnes is an editor and writer living in Sydney. She holds a PhD...

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Leslie Barnes

is Lecturer in French Studies at the Australian National University. She is the author...

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Jumana Bayeh

Jumana Bayeh is Senior Lecturer at Macquarie University, and the author of The Literature of...

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Alix Beeston

Alix Beeston is an Australian academic and writer currently based in Wales. She is...

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Maxine Beneba Clarke

Maxine Beneba Clarke is an Australian writer and slam poetry champion of Afro-Caribbean descent....

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Tegan Bennett Daylight

Tegan Bennett Daylight is a writer, teacher and critic. Her latest essay, The Difficulty...

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Vanessa Berry

Vanessa Berry is a writer and visual artist. She is the author of Mirror...

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Michael Bérubé

Michael Bérubé is an Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of Literature at Pennsylvania State University...

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Jordan Beth Vincent

Jordan Beth Vincent is a Melbourne-based dance historian and critic. She has a PhD...

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Saskia Beudel

Saskia Beudel is the author of one novel, Borrowed Eyes, and two nonfiction works,...

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Judith Beveridge

Judith Beveridge is the author of six collections of poetry, most recently Devadatta’s Poems...

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Miro Bilbrough

Miro Bilbrough is a writer and filmmaker whose memoir In the Time of the...

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Tony Birch

Tony Birch is a fiction writer, poet and academic. His books include Shadowboxing (2006),...

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Carmel Bird

Carmel Bird is an Australian fiction writer. Her most recent novel is Field of...

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Stephanie Bishop

Stephanie Bishop is a lecturer in Creative Writing at the University of New South...

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Alice Bishop

Alice Bishop grew up in Christmas Hills, Victoria. Her debut collection of short fiction,...

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Alastair Blanshard

Alastair J.L. Blanshard is the Head of the School of Historical and Philosophical Inquiry...

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Elleke Boehmer

Born in Durban, South Africa, Elleke Boehmer is an acclaimed writer and a leading...

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Frank Bongiorno

Frank Bongiorno teaches at the Australian National University where he is Head of the...

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James Boyce

James Boyce is the acclaimed author of Van Diemen’s Land,  1835, Born Bad and Losing Streak. His books have been...

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Peter Boyle

Peter Boyle is a Sydney-based poet and translator of poetry. His most recent book...

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James Bradley

James Bradley is an award-winning author and critic. His books include five, most recently Clade (2015) and...

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Bernadette Brennan

is currently writing a literary portrait of Helen Garner.

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Andrew Broertjes

Andrew Broertjes received his PhD from the University of Western Australia, where he lectures in history....

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Ben Brooker

Ben Brooker is a writer, editor, critic, essayist, and playwright. His work has been...

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David Brooks

David Brooks is the author of The Book of Sei (1987), which was described...

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Andrew Brooks

Andrew Brooks is a writer, artist, and teacher who lives on unceded Wangal land....

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Elizabeth Bryer

is a writer and translator. Blood of the Dawn, her translation of Claudia Salazar...

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Peter Burdon

Peter Burdon is Associate Professor at the Adelaide Law School. His current research focuses...

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Eliza Burke

Eliza Burke teaches and researches at the University of Tasmania across a range of...

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Shannon Burns

Shannon Burns is an Early Career Research member of the J.M. Coetzee Centre for...

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Mark Byron

Mark Byron is an Associate Professor in the Department of English at the University...

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c: Cahill — Cunningham

Michelle Cahill

Michelle Cahill is a Goan-Anglo-Indian poet and author who lives in Sydney. Her first...

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Gabrielle Carey

Gabrielle Carey’s most recent book, Moving Among Strangers (UQP 2013), was the joint winner...

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David Carlin

David Carlin’s books include The After-Normal: Brief, Alphabetical Essays on a Changing Planet (2019),...

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Luke Carman

Luke Carman is the author of An Elegant Young Man, which was awarded a...

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Tom Carment

Tom Carment, born 1954, is a Sydney-based painter of landscapes, portraits, and still lifes,...

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aj carruthers

aj carruthers is an experimental poet and literary critic. He is a lecturer and...

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David Carter

David Carter is Professor of Australian Literature and Cultural History in the School of...

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Paul Carter

Paul Carter is a writer and artist. His most recent book is Ecstacies and Elegies:...

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Bonny Cassidy

Bonny Cassidy’s criticism and essays on Australian writing have been widely published nationally and...

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Felicity Castagna

Felicity Castagna’s most recent novel, No More Boats, was a finalist in the 2018...

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Antonio Castillo

Antonio Castillo, PhD, is a Latin American journalist and academic. He is the Director...

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Brian Castro

Brian Castro is the author of ten novels, including the multi award-winning Double-Wolf (1991)...

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Arka Chattopadhyay

Arka Chattopadhyay is M.A, MPhil in English Literature, from Presidency College and Jadavpur University, India....

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Kim Cheng Boey

Kim Cheng Boey migrated from Singapore to Australia in 1997. He taught Creative Writing...

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Mieke Chew

Mieke Chew is the founding editor of Higher Arc magazine and web director at...

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Jason Childs

Jason Childs is an Australian writer and researcher, currently living in France. He completed...

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Eileen Chong

Eileen Chong is a Sydney poet. She is the author of eight books. Her...

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Anna Clark

Anna Clark is a Future Fellow at the University of Technology, Sydney. She is the...

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Tom Clark

Tom Clark is an associate professor at Victoria University, Melbourne. He is president of...

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Maddee Clark

Maddee Clark is a Yugambeh writer and Ph.D candidate. He lives and works in...

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Justin Clemens

Justin Clemens is the author of Psychoanalysis is an Antiphilosophy (2013) and The Mundiad...

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Ali Cobby Eckermann

Ali Cobby Eckermann’s most recent collection of poetry is Inside My Mother, published by...

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Stephanie Cobon

Stephanie Cobon writes and takes photographs. She coordinated the Interlude Gallery writers program from...

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Peter Cochrane

Peter Cochrane’s novel, The Making of Martin Sparrow (2018), was short-listed for the Voss...

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J.M Coetzee

J.M. Coetzee was born in South Africa in 1940 and educated in South Africa...

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Claire G. Coleman

Claire G. Coleman is a Wirlomin Noongar woman whose ancestral country is on the...

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Aidan Coleman

Aidan Coleman is an Early Career Researcher at the J.M. Coetzee Centre for Creative Practice...

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Chris Conti

Chris Conti is a Lecturer at Western Sydney University and a member of its...

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Richard Cooke

Richard Cooke is Contributing Editor to The Monthly magazine. His work has appeared in...

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Stuart Cooke

Stuart’s books include the poetry collections Lyre (2019) and Opera (2016), and George Dyuŋgayan’s...

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Tim Corballis

Tim Corballis has written fiction, essays, art writing and criticism, and has recently completed...

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Miriam Cosic

Miriam Cosic is a journalist and critic, and a former literary editor of the...

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Moya Costello

Moya Costello is a writer, and lecturer in Writing in the School of Arts...

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Anna Couani

Anna Couani is a Sydney writer and visual artist who runs The Shop Gallery...

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Andrew Craig

Prior to his death in the late winter of 2019, due to multiple-relapsed Hodgkin’s...

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Peter Craven

Peter Craven is a prolific Melbourne-based reviewer, literary critic, columnist and essayist. He was the...

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Anwen Crawford

Anwen Crawford is a Sydney-based writer and critic.

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Sophie Cunningham

Sophie Cunningham has been on the publishing scene in Australia for more than thirty...

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d: D'Urso — Duwell

Sandra D’Urso

Sandra D’Urso is an associate researcher at The Australian Centre, The University of Melbourne,...

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Anya Daly

Anya Daly was awarded a double-badged doctorate from the University of Melbourne, and l’Université...

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Tanya Dalziell

Tanya Dalziell works in English and Cultural Studies at the University of Western Australia.

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Toby Davidson

Toby Davidson is a senior lecturer at Macquarie University, author of Christian Mysticism and...

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Mark Davis

Mark Davis researches the impact of networked digital media on democratic practices and institutions,...

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Gregory Day

Gregory Day is a novelist, poet and composer from the Eastern Otways region of...

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Jason De Santolo

Dr Jason De Santolo (Garrwa and Barunggam) is a researcher, creative producer & father...

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Ben Denham

Ben grew up in the Blue Mountains and studied visual arts at Western Sydney...

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Arturo Desimone

Arturo Desimone, Arubian-Argentinian writer and visual artist, was born in 1984 on the island Aruba...

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Ann Deslandes

Ann Deslandes is a freelance writer and researcher from Sydney. Read her other work...

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Sam Dickson

Sam Dickson is a writer and scholar based in Sydney with a recent publication...

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Robert Dixon

Robert Dixon is Professor of Australian literature at the University of Sydney. His most...

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Dan Dixon

Dan Dixon is a writer and academic. His work has been published in Meanjin,...

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Katie Dobbs

Katie Dobbs is a recipient of the 2020 CA-SRB Emerging Critics Fellowship. A writer...

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Peter Doyle

Peter Doyle’s books include The Big Whatever (2015) and the City of Shadows: Sydney...

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Caitlin Doyle-Markwick

Caitlin Doyle-Markwick is an activist, writer and performer. Her writing has appeared in publications...

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Dave Drayton

Dave Drayton was an amateur banjo player, founding member of the Atterton Academy, Kanganoulipian,...

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Beth Driscoll

Beth Driscoll is Lecturer in Publishing and Communications at the University of Melbourne. She...

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Jonathan Dunk

Jonathan Dunk is a PhD candidate at the University of Sydney, where he teaches...

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Martin Duwell

Martin Duwell has been in involved with Australian literature since Makar Press and the...

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e: Easton — Etherington

Max Easton

Max Easton is a Sydney writer and former research scientist who worked in the...

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Martin Edmond

Martin Edmond was born in Ohakune, New Zealand and has lived in Sydney since...

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Dan Edwards

Dan Edwards is a writer, academic and journalist based in Melbourne. His debut book,...

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Ben Eltham

Ben Eltham is National Affairs Correspondent for New Matilda and a Fellow of the...

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John Encarnacao

John Encarnacao lectures in music at Western Sydney University. His book Punk Aesthetics and...

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Jeffrey Errington

Jeffrey Errington studied History and English at the University of Sydney, and is now...

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Ben Etherington

Ben Etherington is a Research Lecturer with the School of Humanities and Communication Arts...

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