Miro Bilbrough

Miro Bilbrough is a writer and filmmaker whose memoir In the Time of the Manaroans (VUP) was cited as ‘the best book of non-fiction published in New Zealand in 2020’ and shortlisted for the NSW Premier’s Douglas Stewart Prize for Non-Fiction 2021. Her poetry has appeared in Cordite, Australian Poetry Anthology, Hunter anthology of Contemporary Australian Feminist Poetry, Otoliths, Landfall and Sport, and in her collection Small-time Spectre (Kilmog Press). Award-winning films she has written and directed include the features Being Venice and Floodhouse and have been screened by broadcasters and festivals around the world.


Photo: Hao Nguyen