Hayley Singer’s research and writing practice moves across the fields of creative non-fiction, critical ecological feminisms, animal studies and queer embodiments. Her essays have been published in a number of places including, The Lifted Brow, The Monthly and Writing from Below. Abandon Every Hope: Essays for the dead is Hayley’s first book. It is published by Upswell. She lives on the unceded lands of the Bunurong People.
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Never Heard of That: Writing at the Edge of What’s Publishable
I wanted to talk to you about writing and publishing because when you write, you must write a lot, but that does not mean you will publish a lot, which means that when you are writing, or when you have finished writing, it might be that no one knows that you are, or have been, writing. It might be that no one particularly cares that you are, or have been, writing. Or not.