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Stephanie Milsom

Stephanie Milsom is a self-obsessed artist and academic based in Melbourne, Australia. Her research explores the autobiographical potential of computational processes. She is forever chasing lost time

Tracy O’Shaughnessy

Tracy O’Shaughnessy is currently Program Manager of RMIT’s Master of Writing and Publishing. In 2016, she established RMIT’s Bowen Street Press, a student-led publishing house that forms the backbone of the Master of Writing and Publishing. Tracy brings over 20 years’ experience as a trade publisher to these roles. Throughout her diverse publishing career she …

Sophie Cunningham

Sophie Cunningham is an RMIT Adjunct Professor collaborating with the non/fictionLab. Sophie is a highly respected writer, editor and publisher. She has been active in the publishing industry for thirty years, as a book editor and publisher, and as author of four books (two of fiction, Geography and Bird, and two of nonfiction, Melbourne and Warning: The Story of Cyclone Tracy). …

Deborah Wardle

Deborah Wardle is a third year PhD candidate in Creative Writing. She has fiction and non-fiction stories published by Spinifex Press, Meanjin, Overland, The Big Issue, Castlemaine Independent and Palliative Care Australia’s online journal E-Hospice. She has peer-reviewed articles in Australian and international journals including Meniscus, Mosaic, Fusion, and Animal Studies Journal. Her short story ‘Love Letters’ was shortlisted for the Josephine Ulrick …

Laura Fulton

Laura Fulton is a writer, editor, logistics specialist, casual teacher, dog walker, back yard bird watcher, hapless gardener and world traveller. An adoptee from the Mississippi delta region of Arkansas, she is currently working on a PhD exploring the ways in which shifts in identity and a sense of belonging might shape and be shaped …

Else Fitzgerald

Else Fitzgerald is the non/fictionLab coordinator. Else is an Arts Programmer with many years experience working in the Australian literary sector. She was previously the Program Manager for the Emerging Writers’ Festival and Melbourne Knowledge Week, and has worked with various literary organisations including Melbourne Writers Festival and Writers Victoria. Else has experience judging literary …

Seth Keen

Seth Keen is a media educator, researcher and award-winning designer with a record of collaborating on transdisciplinary research, not-for-profit and public sector projects. He is skilled in nonfiction, audiovisual media design that includes working with emerging web and mobile media technologies. Transdisciplinary collaborations include codesigning projects within the areas of disaster resilience, Indigenous self-determination, cultural …

Stefanie Markidis

Stefanie Markidis is a writer and researcher with an interest in embodiment and creative-critical practice. With a background in dance and journalism, her work has appeared in journals, magazines and on stage. Stefanie is completing a creative writing PhD at RMIT University, through which she is exploring various forms of life writing at the intersection …

Stayci Taylor

Dr Stayci Taylor is an Industry Fellow with the Media program. While completing her PhD (2016) at RMIT she taught as a sessional, mostly into the Bachelor of Arts (Creative Writing). Stayci won an RMIT prize for research excellence in 2017, and brings to her research a background in theatre and television, while maintaing an …

Ben Byrne

Ben Byrne is a scholar, musician and curator who explores sonic art, media and culture through technology, engaging the complexities of identity, media and environment. He is a Lecturer in Digital Media at RMIT University. He is also the founder and director of Avantwhatever.

Ronnie Scott

Dr Ronnie Scott is Lecturer in Creative Writing at RMIT. In 2007 he founded The Lifted Brow, an independent magazine that he edited and published for its first five years. He is a contributor to many local and international newspapers, journals and magazines, and writes frequently for ABC Radio National, Fairfax and the NGV.

Rose Michael

Rose is a writer, editor and academic who has been published in Griffith Review, Best Australian Stories, Island, Cultural Studies Review, Review of Australian Fiction, Sydney Review of Books, Meanjin, Overland. Her first novel, The Asking Game (Transit Lounge, 2007), was a runner-up for the Vogel award and received an Aurealis honourable mention. An early …

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