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Brigid Magner

Brigid Magner is a literary studies scholar and non fiction writer. She is completing a book about literary places in Australia and working on a reader’s history of the Victorian Mallee (with Emily Potter). Brigid runs the Writing Writing shut up & write sessions on Mondays and Creative WorkShop every month. brigid.magner@rmit.edu.au

Julienne Van Loon

Julienne van Loon is a novelist and essayist. She is the author of three novels, most recently the critically acclaimed Harmless (2013). Her first novel, Road Story (2005), won The Australian/Vogel’s award and was shortlisted for the Commonwealth Writers Prize (Best First Book) as well as the WA Premier’s Award for Fiction. Her first major …

Michelle Aung Thin

Michelle is a novelist and lecturer in Advertising at RMIT. Her research interests include: postcolonial literary theory, in particular the ‘limit’; writing collaboration in social enterprise; the mobile phone and writers in Myanmar. She is currently working on her second book, researched during an Asialink Residency in 2014 (funded by Arts Victoria) which explores the …

Toni Roberts

Dr. Toni Roberts is a designer and artist whose work focuses on shaping experiential, spatial and material environments that communicate ideas and values to audiences. Toni is the Program Manager of the Bachelor of Communication Design and supervises postgraduate students in design and related fields, with a particular interest in designing for experience. Working across …

Jessica Wilkinson

Jessica Wilkinson is the founding editor of Rabbit: a journal for nonfiction poetry. Her first book, a poetic biography, Marionette: A Biography of Miss Marion Davies (Vagabond 2012), was shortlisted for the 2014 Kenneth Slessor Award. She has collaborated with composer Simon Charles on a performance of Marionette for voice, music and sound, an album of which will be released in 2018. Her …

Francesca Rendle-Short

Francesca Rendle-Short is Associate Dean Writing and Publishing in the School of Media and Communication at RMIT University. She is an Associate Professor of Creative Writing, co-founder of non/fictionLab and co-director of WrICE, the Writers Immersion and Cultural Exchange program. Francesca is an award-winning novelist, memoirist, essayist and poet. Her books include the critically acclaimed memoir-cum-novel Bite …

David Carlin

David Carlin’s books include the forthcoming Survival Guide for Life in the Ruins (co-written with Nicole Walker, Rose Metal Press 2019), The Abyssinian Contortionist (UWAP, 2015) and Our Father Who Wasn’t There (Scribe, 2010). He co-edited a cross-cultural anthology of Asian and Australian writers, The Near and the Far (with Francesca Rendle-Short, Scribe 2016), and Performing Digital (with Laurene Vaughan, Routledge, 2015), about the Circus …