SRB Writers, F-L

f: Fahs — Fuller

Breanne Fahs

Breanne Fahs is a professor of women and gender studies at Arizona State University....

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Delia Falconer

Delia Falconer is the author of two novels, The Service of Clouds and The Lost Thoughts of Soldiers....

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Suzanne Falkiner

Suzanne Falkiner is a Sydney writer. Her biography Mick: A Life of Randolph Stow...

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Kathleen Mary Fallon

Kathleen Mary Fallon most recent work is a four-part project exploring her experiences as...

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Michael Farrell

Michael Farrell is the author of Writing Australian Unsettlement: Modes of Poetic Invention 1796-1945...

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Sujatha Fernandes

Sujatha Fernandes is a writer and academic at the University of Sydney. She is...

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Robyn Ferrell Essays by Robyn Ferrell →
Luke Fischer

Luke Fischer is a poet and philosopher. His books include the poetry collections A...

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Abigail Fisher

Abigail Fisher is an occasional writer, tutor and PhD candidate living on unceded Wurundjeri...

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Mark Fisher

Mark Fisher was an English cultural critic, theorist, blogger and teacher. Born in 1968,...

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Toby Fitch

Toby Fitch is poetry editor for Overland. His books of poetry include Rawshock, which...

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Victoria Flanagan

Victoria Flanagan is a senior lecturer in children’s literature at Macquarie University. She is...

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Chris Fleming

Chris Fleming is Associate Professor in the School of Humanities and Communication Arts at...

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Gabriella Florek

Gabby Florek is a writer, poet and performance maker who grew up in Western...

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Kevin Foster

Kevin Foster is an Associate Professor in the School of English Communications and Performance...

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Michelle Foster

Michelle Foster is an Associate Professor and Director of the International Refugee Law Research...

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Hayley Megan French

Hayley Megan French paints the streets of suburbia, homes, yards, and memories of landscapes she has been in – on canvas, on paper and over photographs.

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Declan Fry

Declan Fry is an essayist, critic, and proud descendant of the Yorta Yorta. Born...

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Andrew Fuhrmann

Andrew Fuhrmann is a reviewer of books and theatre.

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Lisa Fuller

Lisa Fuller is a Murri woman from Eidsvold, Queensland, currently doing her PhD in...

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g: Galimond — Gustafsson

Paul Galimond

Paul Galimond studied comparative religion and literature at the University of Queensland. After living...

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Peter Garrett

Peter Garrett grew up in Sydney and attended Gordon West Public School and Barker...

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Jeremy George

Jeremy George is a PhD student at the University of Melbourne.

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Ritwick Ghosh

Ritwick Ghosh is a social science research fellow in the School of the Global...

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Ian Gibbins

Ian Gibbins is a widely published and exhibited poet, video artist and electronic musician living on unceded...

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Prudence Gibson

Dr Prudence Gibson is an academic at the School of Art and Design, University of NSW...

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Ross Gibson

Ross Gibson’s work spans several media and disciplines. Recent projects include the Radio National...

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Rebecca Giggs

Rebecca Giggs writes about ecology and environmental imagination, animals, landscape, politics and memory. Her...

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Sarah Gilbert

Sarah Gilbert is a Sydney-based writer, researcher and television producer.

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Jessica Gildersleeve

Jessica Gildersleeve FHEA is Associate Professor of English Literature at the University of Southern...

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Mindy Gill

Mindy Gill is the recipient of the Queensland Premier’s Young Writers and Publishers Award,...

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Kyra Giorgi

Kyra Giorgi is a writer and researcher with an interest in modern Turkey, post-Soviet...

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Jane Gleeson-White

Jane Gleeson-White is an internationally acclaimed writer and author of Six Capitals (2014), Double Entry (2011), Australian Classics (2007) and Classics (2005)....

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Stuart Glover

Stuart Glover teaches writing at the University of Queensland.

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Brannavan Gnanalingam

Brannavan Gnanalingam is a novelist, reviewer and lawyer based in Wellington, New Zealand. He...

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James W. Goh

James W. Goh lives and writes on unceded Darug land.  He has recently completed...

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Peter Goldsworthy

Peter Goldsworthy’s most recent book is the novel Minotaur.  His 1995 novel Wish is...

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Kerryn Goldsworthy

Kerryn Goldsworthy is a freelance writer and critic who lectured in literature at the...

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Peter Goldsworthy

Peter Goldsworthy divides his time equally between writing and medicine. His novel Wish (1995)...

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Elena Gomez

Elena Gomez is the author of Crushed Silk, Admit the Joyous Passion of Revolt...

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Roanna Gonsalves

Dr Roanna Gonsalves (she/her) is the author of the award-winning book of short fiction The Permanent...

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Jane Goodall

Jane Goodall’s most recent book is The Politics of the Common Good (NewSouth). She...

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Joe Gorman

Joe Gorman is a writer based in Brisbane. His latest book, Heartland: How Rugby...

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Lisa Gorton

Lisa Gorton is a poet whose first collection Press Release won the Victorian Premier’s...

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James Gourley

James Gourley is a Senior Lecturer in Literary Studies at Western Sydney University where...

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Pat Grant

Pat Grant is a comics maker, writer and designer. He is the writer and...

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Madeleine Gray

Madeleine Gray is a writer and critic from Sydney. Her criticism has been published...

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Kate Grenville

Kate Grenville’s prize-winning international bestseller The Secret River has been adapted for the stage...

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Eloise Grills

Eloise Grills is an award-winning essayist, comics artist and poet living in Melbourne. In...

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Sasha Grishin

Emeritus Professor Sasha Grishin AM, FAHA, at the Australian National University, works internationally as...

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Alice Grundy

Alice Grundy is researching a PhD on Australian editing and publishing history at ANU....

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Katrina Gulliver

Katrina Gulliver is currently working on a history of urban life. She has written...

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Eda Gunaydin

Eda Gunaydin is a Turkish-Australian essayist whose writing explores class, race, diaspora and Western Sydney. She has been a finalist for a Queensland...

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Sneja Gunew

Dr. Sneja Gunew (FRSC) B.A. (Melbourne), M.A. (Toronto), Ph.D. (Newcastle, NSW) has taught in England, Australia and...

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Ryan Gustafsson

Ryan Gustafsson is a writer and researcher living on Wurundjeri country. Their essays have...

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h: Haddad — Hunter

George Haddad

George Haddad is a Sydney based writer and artist whose debut book Populate and Perish was the...

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James Halford

James Halford is the author of Requiem with Yellow Butterflies (UWAP 2019), a Latin...

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Bill Harding

Bill Harding once wrote send ups of TV shows for school friends to read....

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Rebecca Harkins-Cross

Rebecca Harkins-Cross is a writer and cultural critic. Based in Melbourne, her work has...

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Alexis Harley

Alexis Harley is the author of Autobiologies: Charles Darwin and the Natural History of...

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Robert Pogue Harrison

Robert Pogue Harrison teaches literature at Stanford University and is the host of ‘Entitled...

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Melinda Harvey

Melinda Harvey is a Lecturer in English at Monash University and Director of the...

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Owen Hatherley

Owen Hatherley is an English writer who publishes regularly on architecture, culture and politics.

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Ames Hawkins

Ames Hawkins (they/them) is a transgenre writer and author of the award-winning work of literary nonfiction, These are...

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Ashley Hay

Ashley Hay’s latest novel is A Hundred Small Lessons. Her previous novel, The Railwayman’s Wife, received...

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Amani Haydar

Amani Haydar is an award-winning writer, visual artist, lawyer and advocate for women’s health...

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Jerath Head

Jerath Head is a writer and editor. His writing has been published in Kill...

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Riana Head-Toussaint

Riana Head-Toussaint is an interdisciplinary crip/disabled artist of Afro-Caribbean heritage. Her work often crosses...

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Adam Heron

Adam Heron recently completed a PhD at the University of Melbourne. He is currently...

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Ian Hesketh

Ian Hesketh is an ARC Future Fellow in the Institute for Advanced Studies in...

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Paul Hetherington

Paul Hetherington is Associate Professor of Writing at the University of Canberra, co-editor of...

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Michael Heyward

Michael Heyward was John Clarke’s editor. He is publisher at Text Publishing and the...

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Chloe Higgins

Chloe Higgins writes about the things she’s afraid of: death, sex, love, and how...

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Barry Hill

Barry Hill has won Premier’s Awards for poetry, non-fiction and the essay. He is...

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Rebecca Hill

Rebecca Hill lives in Narrm. She is Senior Lecturer in the School of Media...

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Nadia Hirst

Nadia Hirst is a Sydney-based writer whose work revolves around themes of historical revisionism and...

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William Holbrook

William Holbrook has broad interests in politics and literary criticism, and in 2022 he...

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Peter Holbrook

Peter Holbrook is Professor of Shakespeare and English Literature at the University of Queensland,...

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Rita Horanyi

Rita Horanyi is an emerging literary critic with an interest in literary modernism and...

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Robert Horne

Robert Horne is in the process of completing his novel Made In Cambodia as...

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Eva Hornung

Eva Hornung is an award-winning writer of literary fiction and criticism. The Last Garden...

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Ingrid Horrocks

Ingrid Horrocks is a poet, critic, and non-fiction writer from Aotearoa New Zealand. Her...

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Simmone Howell

Simmone Howell is the award-winning author of YA novels, Notes from the Teenage Underground, Everything Beautiful...

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Jocelyn Hungerford

Jocelyn Hungerford is a freelance writer and editor living on unceded Dharug land, and is currently...

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Arnagretta Hunter

Dr Arnagretta Hunter is a physician and cardiologist concerned with the effects of climate change...

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i: Indyk — Iyer

Ivor Indyk

Ivor Indyk is the publisher of the Giramondo book imprint and Whitlam Chair in...

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Sreedhevi Iyer

Sreedhevi Iyer was shortlisted for the SPN Book Of The Year Prize in 2021...

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j: Jagose — Jurate Sasnaitis

Annamarie Jagose

Annamarie Jagose is Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at the...

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Subhash Jaireth

Subhash Jaireth has published three collections of poetry and four books of fiction and...

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Linda Jaivin

Linda Jaivin is the author of twelve long-form works, including seven novels, five of...

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Andrew Jakubowicz

Andrew Jakubowicz is Professor of Sociology at the University of Technology, Sydney. He is...

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Anne Jamison

Anne Jamison is Lecturer of Literary Studies at Western Sydney University. Her research focuses...

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Raaza Jamshed

Raaza Jamshed is a writer drawn to the poetics of gender, language, and identity. She...

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Terri Janke

Terri Janke is an Indigenous lawyer of Meriam and Wuthathi heritage. In 2000 she...

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Lu Jiande

Lu Jiande is Director of the Institute of Literature at the Chinese Academy of...

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James Jiang

James Jiang is a writer and academic who teaches at the University of Melbourne....

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Roslyn Jolly

Roslyn Jolly is a scholar and travel writer who lives in Sydney. She is...

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Miriam Jones

Miriam Jones is an early childhood teacher, writer and musician living and working on...

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Gail Jones

Gail Jones is a professor in the Writing and Society Research Centre at Western...

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Jill Jones

Jill Jones has published eleven full-length books of poetry, including Viva the Real (UQP...

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Rhian E. Jones

Rhian E. Jones writes on history, politics, popular culture and the places where they intersect.

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Nicholas Jose

Nicholas Jose has written widely on Australian and Asian culture. He has published several acclaimed...

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Atul Joshi

Atul Joshi has had short fiction published in The Big Issue’s 2018 Fiction Edition,...

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Mireille Juchau

Mireille Juchau is a novelist, essayist and critic. Her third novel, The World Without Us, was...

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Evelyn Juers

Evelyn Juers is an art and literary critic, biographer, and co-publisher of Giramondo books....

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Ben Juers

Ben Juers is a cartoonist, teacher, writer and bookseller. He co-runs Glom Press and...

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Francesca Jurate Sasnaitis

Francesca Jurate Sasnaitis is a writer, artist and small-time publisher of poetry and artist...

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k: Kagan — Kusumaryati

Dion Kagan

Dion Kagan is writer and researcher from Melbourne. His essays and reviews have appeared...

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Douglas Kahn

Douglas Kahn is Professor of Media and Innovation, UNSW Art & Design, University of New South...

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Ashley Kalagian Blunt

Ashley Kalagian Blunt is a Sydney-based author. Her first book, My Name Is Revenge,...

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Mayu Kanamori

Mayu Kanamori is a Sydney-based storyteller working across mediums including theatre, performance, photography, video,...

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Vrasidas Karalis

Vrasidas Karalis teaches Modern Greek Studies at the University of Sydney where he holds...

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Niva Kaspi

Niva Kaspi is a lecturer and program coordinator at Edith Cowan College in Perth....

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Yumna Kassab

Yumna Kassab is a writer from Western Sydney. She studied medical science and neuroscience...

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Gurmeet Kaur

Gurmeet Kaur is a writer from London, living on Wurundjeri country. Her recent works...

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Yuki Kawakami

Yuki Kawakami is a creative producer who is interested in socially inclusive community-led projects...

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David Kearns

David Kearns is a historian working on Ngunnawal land. He received his PhD from...

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Paul Kelaita

Paul Kelaita is a researcher, writer, and teacher who received his PhD in Gender...

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Stuart Kells

Professor Stuart Kells is Adjunct Professor at La Trobe University’s College of Arts, Social...

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Michelle Kelly

Michelle Kelly graduated from the University of Sydney’s Department of English with a PhD...

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Sean Kelly

Sean Kelly is a writer and columnist who divides his time between Sydney and London.

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Ramona Kennedy

Ramona Kennedy has been a nurse, a student of culture and language and a...

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Sheng Keyi

Sheng Keyi was born in Hunan province China in 1973 and now lives in...

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Nick Keys

Nick Keys is a writer and artist based in Sydney. He directs the Centre...

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Sukhmani Khorana

Sukhmani Khorana lectures in media and culture at the University of Wollongong. She is...

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Richard King

Richard King is a freelance writer based in Fremantle, Western Australia. He is the...

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John Kinsella

John Kinsella’s most recent books of poetry include Supervivid Depastoralism (Vagabond, 2021) and the...

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Louis Klee

Louis Klee is a writer, essayist, and poet. His poem ‘Sentence to Lilacs’ co-won...

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Stephen Knight

Stephen Knight is an Honorary Research Professor in Literature at the University of Melbourne,...

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Sara Knox

Sara Knox is a member of the Writing and Society Research Centre at WSU....

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Julie Koh

Julie Koh is the author of Capital Misfits and Portable Curiosities. The latter was shortlisted for the...

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Helen Koukoutsis

Helen Koukoutsis is a Lecturer in Literary Studies in the School of Humanities and...

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George Kouvaros

George Kouvaros is Professor of Film Studies in the School of the Arts and...

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Chris Kraus

Chris Kraus is a cutting-edge LA-based writer of fiction and art criticism. Her books...

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David Kurnick

David Kurnick teaches in the English department at Rutgers University.

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Veronika Kusumaryati

Veronika Kusumaryati is an anthropologist and editor of sastrapapua, an online platform for Papuan...

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l: La Rosa — Lynch

Laura La Rosa

Laura La Rosa is a proud Darug woman, writer, critic and graphic designer. She...

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Mike Ladd

Mike Ladd is a poet, radio producer and essayist. He has published nine collections...

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Greta LaFleur

Greta LaFleur is associate professor of American studies at Yale University and the author...

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Christine Lai

Christine Lai is a writer, photographer and poet who has an avid fascination for...

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Matthew Lamb

Matthew Lamb is founding editor of Review of Australian Fiction, and former editor of...

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Julieanne Lamond

Julieanne Lamond is a Lecturer in English at the Australian National University. She has...

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Jo Langdon

Jo Langdon is an early career researcher and teacher in literary studies. She is...

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Tali Lavi

Tali Lavi is a writer, reviewer and public interviewer. Her reviews and writing have...

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Shirley Le

Shirley Le is a Vietnamese-Australian writer from Yagoona. She is a member of Sweatshop:...

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Tabitha Lean

Tabitha (or as her ancestors know her, Budhin Mingaan) is a Gunditjmara woman living...

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Jeanine Leane

Jeanine Leane is a Wiradjuri writer, teacher and academic from southwest New South Wales. After...

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Tom Lee

Tom Lee is director of the masters of design at the University of Technology,...

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Alana Lentin

Teacher and writer, Alana Lentin is a Jewish European woman who works on the critical theorization of race, racism and antiracism. She is Professor of Cultural and Social Analysis at Western Sydney University. Her latest book is Why Race Still Matters (Polity 2020).

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Mary Leunig

Mary Leunig was born in Melbourne in 1950, and currently lives and works in...

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Susan Lever

Susan Lever is the general editor of the Cambria Press Australian Literature Series of...

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James Ley

James Ley was the Inaugural Editor of the Sydney Review of Books from January...

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Isabelle Li

Isabelle Li is a Chinese Australian writer and translator. She has published in various...

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Gwee Li Sui

Gwee Li Sui is a well-loved poet, graphic artist, and literary critic from Singapore....

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Julian Littler

Julian Littler is an Australian freelance writer and journalist based in Tokyo and Melbourne....

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Miriam Wei Wei Lo

Miriam Wei Wei Lo writes poetry about human experience, often from a gendered and/or faith...

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Greg Lockhart

Greg Lockhart is author of The Minefield: An Australian Tragedy in Vietnam (2007), which...

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Antony Loewenstein

Antony Loewenstein is an independent journalist, author, film-maker and co-founder of Declassified Australia. He’s...

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Ramon Lopez-Castellano

Ramon Lopez-Castellano is an Assistant Lecturer in the School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics...

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Astrid Lorange

Astrid Lorange is a writer, artist and teacher. She lectures at UNSW Art &...

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Angelo Loukakis

Angelo Loukakis has been a writer, teacher, scriptwriter, editor and publisher. He is the...

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Nic Low

Nic Low is a New Zealand-born, Melbourne-based writer of Ngāi Tahu Māori and European...

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Scott Ludlam

Scott Ludlam is a writer, activist and between 2008 and 2017 was an Australian...

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Anthony Lynch

Anthony Lynch is the author of the short story collection Redfin (2007) and the...

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