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Overland out… and in with the new!

After six years and 25 issues as fiction editor at Overland literary journal, it’s finally time for me to move on. I’m a little sad to let go of the role, but I’m also excited to hand the opportunity on to someone else – I well remember how little I knew about being an editor […]

Mentors at FWF

The Feminist Writers Festival is coming up next weekend and I’ll be appearing on Sunday 27th at this event: Mentoring Feminists, Mentoring Writers Queen Victoria Women’s Centre Victoria Room, 12–2pm “Mentoring is a critical part of the creative life, but something women and non-binary writers are often excluded from. Without mentoring, writers and artists can […]

Read, write, eat, sleep

Hello, dear readers. Just a quick post to let you know of a couple of recent publications you might want to get your eyes/hands/paws/tentacles on: I have just reviewed Wayne Macauley’s new book Some Tests for The Lifted Brow Review of Books. A short story of mine called ‘Corrango’ is in the new Island, the […]

the landing party

It’s been nearly three months since we landed back in Australia. People still regularly ask me if I’m settled. Having never been quite settled anywhere, I have to keep answering ‘almost’. Four chickens and a halfway planted vegetable garden will have to do for now. The best things are planting and planning, going camping, breathing […]