SRB Writers, M-S

m: Macauley — Musgrave

Wayne Macauley

Wayne Macauley is the author of four novels, Blueprints for a Barbed-Wire Canoe (2004), Caravan...

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Anna MacDonald

Anna MacDonald is a writer and bookseller. A masthead critic at Splice, her work...

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Maggie MacKellar

Maggie MacKellar lives on the east coast of Tasmania. She is the author of...

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Jennifer Mackenzie

Jennifer Mackenzie’s most recent work is Borobudur and Other Poems (Lontar, Jakarta 2012), which...

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Anthony Macris

is author of the Capital novels. He is Associate Professor of Creative Writing at...

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Jennifer Mae Hamilton

Jennifer Mae Hamilton is a lecturer in English Literary Studies at the University of...

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Kim Mahood

Kim Mahood is the author of the prize-winning memoir Craft for a Dry Lake,...

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Shane Maloney

Shane Maloney is the author of the award-winning and much-loved Murray Whelan series—Stiff, The Brush-Off, Nice...

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David Malouf

David Malouf is a novelist, short story writer, poet and essayist. His poetry collection...

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Roger Markwick

Roger Markwick is Professor of Modern European History, the University of Newcastle, Australia. He...

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Adrian Martin

Adrian Martin, an arts critic and audiovisual artist based in Vilassar de Mar (Spain),...

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Sophie Masson

Sophie Masson is the award-winning author of more than 60 books, for children, young...

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John Mateer

John Mateer is a writer, curator and poet. Since the 1990s he has contributed...

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Andrew McCann

Andrew McCann is a Professor of English at Dartmouth College in the USA. His...

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Lyn McCredden

Lyn McCredden teaches and researches at Deakin University. She is the author of critical...

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Jane McCredie

Jane McCredie is a writer, journalist, critic and former publisher. She reviews science books...

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Fiona McGregor

Fiona McGregor is a Sydney writer and artist. She has published five books including Strange...

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Noel McKenna

Noel McKenna is a Brisbane-born painter, printmaker and ceramicist who has been based in...

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Philip Mead

Philip Mead is Chair of Australian Literature at the University of Western Australia.

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Tom Melick

Tom Melick is a writer, editor and teacher. He co-edits the pamphlet series Slug...

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Catriona Menzies-Pike

Catriona Menzies-Pike is the editor of the Sydney Review of Books.

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Spence Messih

Spence Messih is an artist and writer living on unceded Gadigal land. His practice...

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Lily Meyer

Lily Meyer is a writer and translator from Washington, DC. She’s a regular reviewer...

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Julian Meyrick

Julian is Professor of Creative Arts at Flinders University, Artistic Counsel of the State...

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Rose Michael

Rose Michael is a writer, editor and academic published in Griffith Review, Best Australian...

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Lauren Michele Jackson

Lauren Michele Jackson teaches in the Departments of English and African American Studies at...

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Kate Middleton

Kate Middleton is the author of Fire Season (Giramondo, 2009), which won the Western...

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Marc Mierowsky

Marc Mierowsky completed a PhD in English and Intellectual History at the University of...

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Jennifer Mills

Jennifer Mills is the author of the novels Gone (2011) and The Diamond Anchor...

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Peter Minter

Peter Minter is a poet, poetry editor and writer on poetry and poetics. He...

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Vijay Mishra

Professor Vijay Mishra is Chair of English Literature at Murdoch University and Fellow of...

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Drusilla Modjeska

Drusilla Modjeska’s books include Exiles At Home (1981), Poppy (1990), The Orchard (1994) and...

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Michael Mohammed Ahmad

Michael Mohammed Ahmad is director of SWEATSHOP: Western Sydney Literacy Movement and a member...

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Oliver Mol

Oliver Mol is the author of Lion Attack! He has published over 60 works...

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Alys Moody

Alys Moody is a Lecturer in English at Macquarie University in Sydney, where she...

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Mark Mordue

Mark Mordue is a Sydney-based journalist and poet. He is the former editor of...

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Rachel Morley

Rachel Morley lectures in Writing and Communications at Western Sydney University. She has published...

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Glenn Morrison

Glenn Morrison is a journalist and researcher living in Alice Springs, where for two...

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A. Dirk Moses

Dirk Moses is professor of modern history at the University of Sydney, author of...

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Joshua Mostafa

Joshua Mostafa is the editor of poetry journal New Trad and co-founder of independent...

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Craig Munro

Craig Munro is a biographer and book historian whose 2015 publishing memoir Under Cover:...

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Gerald Murnane

Gerald Murnane is the author of numerous works of fiction, including The Plains (1982),...

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Julian Murphet

Julian Murphet is Jury Chair of English Language and Literature at the University of...

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David Musgrave

David Musgrave is a poet, novelist, critic and publisher at Puncher & Wattmann. His...

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n: Nath Chakraborty — Novitz

Mridula Nath Chakraborty

Dr Mridula Nath Chakraborty is the National Convener of the Asian Australian Studies Research...

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Timothy Neale

Timothy Neale is a Research Fellow in the Institute for Culture and Society, University...

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Andrew Needham

Andrew Needham is the author of the prize-winning book Power Lines: Phoenix and the Making...

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Briony Neilson

Briony Neilson is a historian specialised in the history of criminal justice in modern...

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Alice Nelson

Alice Nelson was named one of the Sydney Morning Herald’s Best Young Australian Novelists...

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Carl Neville

Carl Neville is a writer and critic currently based in London.

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Janet Newman

Janet Newman is working on a PhD in Creative Writing at Massey University entitled...

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Audrey Newton

Audrey Newton is an emerging interdisciplinary artist from Western Sydney working in writing, sculpture...

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May Ngo

May Ngo is an anthropologist and Research Fellow at the Oriental Institute, Czech Academy...

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Brenda Niall

Brenda Niall is one of Australia’s foremost biographers. She is the author of five award-winning biographies,...

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Christie Nieman

Christie Nieman writes fiction, nonfiction, and work for performance. Her novel As Stars Fall,...

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Kyriaco Nikias

Kyriaco Nikias is a writer and scholar with an interest in language and power....

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Sybil Nolan

Sybil Nolan is a lecturer in publishing at the University of Melbourne.

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Julian Novitz

Julian Novitz is a lecturer in writing at the Swinburne University of Technology. His...

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o: O — Otto

π.ο.

π.ο. Born: Greece 1951 Came to Australia 1954 Raised: Fitzroy (inner suburb of Melbourne)....

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Gregory O’Brien

Wellington-based writer and visual artist Gregory O’Brien has published many poetry and non fiction...

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Brigitta Olubas

Brigitta Olubas is Associate Professor of English at the University of New South Wales....

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Wenche Ommundsen

Wenche Ommundsen is Research Professor at the University of Wollongong and Visiting Professor at...

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Kristin Otto

Kristin Otto was a member of the non-fiction judging panel for the Victorian Premier’s...

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p: Page — Presser

Geoff Page

Geoff Page is based in Canberra and has published 21 collections of poetry as...

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John Paramor

John Paramor graduated from NIDA in the late 1960s and had a 30 year...

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Bruce Pascoe

Bruce Pascoe is a writer of Tasmanian, Bunurong and Yuin descent. He has worked...

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Simon Patton

Simon Patton translates Chinese literature. He lives with his partner, two cats and Sealyham...

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Andrew Paul Wood

Andrew Paul Wood is a writer, poet, critic, art historian, educator, curator and translator...

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Aleesha Paz

Aleesha Paz is an editor, proofreader and knitter. She currently works as the editor of Reading Australia, and as an editorial...

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Knox Peden

Knox Peden is Senior Lecturer in Continental Philosophy at Flinders University. He is the...

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Suneeta Peres da Costa

Suneeta Peres da Costa’s most recent book Saudade (Giramondo, 2018; Transit Books USA & Canada,...

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Simon Petch

Simon Petch’s essays on the Western have been published in Arizona Quarterly, Film Criticism,...

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Stephen Pham

Stephen Pham is a Vietnamese-Australian writer from Cabramatta. He is an original member of...

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Sheila Ngoc Pham

Sheila Ngoc Pham is a writer, producer and radio maker. She has published in...

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Peter Pierce

Peter Pierce is Adjunct Professor in the School of Journalism, Australian and Indigenous Studies...

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Andrew Pippos

Andrew Pippos lives in Sydney. His writing has appeared in N+1, Tin House, Meanjin,...

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Felicity Plunkett

Felicity Plunkett is a poet and critic. Her debut collection Vanishing Point (2009) won...

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Jeffrey Poacher

Jeffrey Poacher lives in Brisbane. His essays and reviews have appeared in Australian Book...

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Anna Poletti

Anna Poletti is Associate Professor of English Language and Culture at Utrecht University, and...

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Peter Polites

Peter Polites earns minimum wage and has written two novels: Down the Hume (2017) and...

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David Potter

David Potter is a postgraduate research student and tutor in the English department at...

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Shaun Prescott

Shaun Prescott is a writer based in the Blue Mountains in New South Wales....

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Bram Presser

Bram Presser was born in Melbourne in 1976. His stories have appeared in Best Australian Stories, Award...

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q: Qi — Quinlivan

Wu Qi

Wu Qi is Editor-in-chief of One Way Street Magazine (单读), a quarterly literature magazine based in Beijing.

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Carol Que

Carol Que is a child of the Chinese diaspora, a writer and educator living...

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Natalie Quinlivan

Natalie Quinlivan is an Arts lecturer and tutor at Western Sydney University College. She...

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r: Rabin — Ryan

Sean Rabin

Sean Rabin lives in Sydney. His short stories have been published locally and overseas....

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Catherine S. Ramírez

Catherine S. Ramírez is a scholar of migration, citizenship, race, and gender and an...

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Jonno Revanche

Jonno Revanche is a writer/editor, cultural critic and multidisciplinary artist originally from Adelaide/Kaurna land....

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Simon Reynolds

Simon Reynolds is the author of eight books about pop culture.

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Matthew Ricketson

Matthew Ricketson is professor of journalism at the University of Canberra and a former...

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Naomi Riddle

Naomi was awarded a PhD in Australian Literature in 2015 after completing a BA...

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Andrew Riemer

Andrew Riemer, a former academic, is a critic, writer and translator. He was for...

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Nick Riemer

Nick Riemer is a Linguistics academic and a political activist. He works in the...

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Adam Rivett

Adam Rivett is Melbourne-based writer. He has written for the Australian, the Australian Book...

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Anjali Roberts

Anjali Roberts  is an Indian Australian writer interested in how people are shaped by...

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Alice Robinson

Alice Robinson has a PhD in Creative Writing from Victoria University. She is the...

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Carlos Rojas

Carlos Rojas is Professor of Chinese Cultural Studies; Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies; and...

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Jacques Roubaud

Jacques Roubaud is a composer of poetry and retired mathematician, who was co-opted into...

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Tim Rowse

Tim Rowse is Professor Emeritus at Western Sydney University and Editorial Fellow at the...

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Guy Rundle

Guy Rundle is currently a writer-at-large for Crikey online daily, and a regular contributor...

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Jennifer Rutherford

Jennifer Rutherford is the Director of the J.M Coetzee Centre for Creative Practice at...

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Samuel Rutter

Samuel Rutter is a writer and translator from Melbourne. A recent graduate of the...

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Gig Ryan

Gig Ryan is poetry editor at the Age and a freelance reviewer. Her New...

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s: Salmon — Sussex

Peter Salmon

Peter Salmon is an Australian writer based in London. His novel The Coffee Story...

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Petal Samuel

Petal Samuel is a scholar of Afro-Caribbean literature and Caribbean anticolonial thought, politics, and...

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Meg Samuelson

Meg Samuelson has recently joined the Department of English and Creative Writing at the...

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Ellena Savage

Ellena Savage is the author of the chapbook Yellow City (The Atlas Review) and the essay...

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Mandy Sayer

Mandy Sayer won the Vogel Award for her first novel, Mood Indigo, two weeks...

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Oscar Schwartz

Oscar Schwartz is a writer and researcher based in Darwin. His collection of poetry,...

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Ronnie Scott

Ronnie Scott is a Lecturer in Creative Writing at RMIT University and the founder...

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Kirsten Seale

Kirsten Seale is Postdoctoral Research Fellow at UNSW Art & Design. She has published...

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Adelle Sefton-Rowston

Adelle has a PhD in literature and lectures at Charles Darwin University. She was...

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Nathan Sentance

Nathan ‘Mudyi’ Sentance is a Wiradjuri man from the Mowgee clan, who grew up...

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Darius Sepehri

Darius Sepehri is a PhD candidate in the International Comparative Literature and Translation Studies...

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Michael Sharkey

Michael Sharkey is a writer, reviewer and essayist resident in Castlemaine, Victoria. He is...

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Sebastian Sharp

Sebastian Sharp is a writer and scholar based in Melbourne. He recently completed his...

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Deen Sharp

Deen Sharp is a codirector of Terreform, an urban research studio and advocacy group, and...

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Paul Sharrad

Paul Sharrad is Senior Fellow in the Faculty of Law, Humanities and  Arts at...

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Susan Sheridan

Susan Sheridan is Professor Emerita in the School of Humanities at Flinders University in Adelaide....

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Gretchen Shirm

Gretchen Shirm is the author of Having Cried Wolf and Where the Light Falls....

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Vincent Silk

Vincent Silk is a writer living on the lands of the Wurundjeri people of...

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Zora Simic

Zora Simic is a Lecturer in History and Convener of Women’s and Gender Studies...

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Alecia Simmonds

Alecia Simmonds is an interdisciplinary scholar in law and history at the University of...

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Bruce Sims

Bruce Sims has been working as an editor since 1970, on and off, mainly...

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Arunava Sinha

translates classic, modern and contemporary fiction, non-fiction and poetry from Bengali into English. He...

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Peter Skrzynecki

Peter Skrzynecki has published twenty books of poetry and prose. He has won several literary...

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Luke Slattery

Luke Slattery is a Sydney journalist and writer. He has published three books, the...

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Jane Sloan

Jane Sloan is a high school English teacher.

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Jane Smiley

Jane Smiley is a novelist and essayist. Her novel A Thousand Acres (1991) won...

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Rosemary Sorensen

Rosemary Sorensen is director of Bendigo Writers Festival and one of the judges of...

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Ivor Southwood

Ivor Southwood is a full-time parent, part-time cleaner and occasional writer.

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Jeff Sparrow

Jeff Sparrow is a writer, broadcaster and editor. His books include No Way But...

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Paul Stanhope

Paul Stanhope is a composer, part-time teacher at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, and...

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Jack Cameron Stanton

Jack Cameron Stanton is a writer and critic based in Newtown, Sydney. His work...

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Mark Steven

Mark Steven is a Lecturer in Film Studies at the University of New South Wales,...

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Emmett Stinson

Emmett Stinson is Lecturer in English Literature at the University of Newcastle. His essays,...

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Diane Stubbings

Diane Stubbings is a playwright and reviewer. Her plays have been shortlisted and longlisted...

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Lucy Sussex

Lucy Sussex is a writer and researcher. Her latest book is Blockbuster: Fergus Hume and...

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