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Julienne van Loon is an award-winning writer of fiction and nonfiction. She is a Vice Chancellor’s Senior Research Fellow in the School of Media and Communication at RMIT UNiversity. Julienne van Loon is the author of three novels, most recently the critically acclaimed Harmless (2013). Julienne’s PhD is in the Creative Writing field and was awarded in 2005 by University …

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 …

Dr. Toni Roberts lectures in Communication Design, across undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Toni’s research and practice focus on interpretation planning, design and writing for zoos, museums and other experiential environments. Toni is passionate about communicating stories and ideas and through form, text and image to shape spatial, sensory and thoughtful experiences that engage and inspire. Toni …

Dr Patrick Kelly is a Lecturer at RMIT’s School of Media and Communication. He has worked as a writer and digital producer within the film, television, and online media industry since 2006, and currently serves as co-director of Critical Animals creative arts festival. His teaching and research investigates traditional and contemporary image-making forms and methods, including interactive documentary, mobile and social media, remix, …

Jessica L. Wilkinson’s first book of poetry marionette: a biography of miss marion davies was published by Vagabond Press in 2012 and shortlisted for the 2014 Kenneth Slessor Prize. Her second book Suite for Percy Grainger: a biography is forthcoming in December 2014. She is the founding editor of RABBIT: a journal for nonfiction poetry. In 2014, Jessica won …

Lecturer, School of Media and Communication Brigid Magner is a lecturer in Literary Studies and leader of the essay node of the non/fictionLab research centre. She has published widely on authorship, criminality, bestsellers and literary tourism. Her current book project is On The Trail: Reading Literary Places in Australia for which she received a Creative …

Francesca Rendle-Short is an Associate Professor in the School of Media and Communication and Co-Director of the non/fictionLab research group. She is also Co-Director of WrICE  the Writers Immersion and Cultural Exchange program supported by the Copyright Agency. Francesca is a writer, novelist, essayist and memoirist. Her books include The Near and The Far (Scribe, …

David Carlin is an Associate Professor in the School of Media and Communication, co-founder of the non/fictionLab Research Group, co-director of the WriCE program and Deputy Dean, Communication. David is a writer, creative artist, teacher and researcher. His books include The Near and the Far (Scribe 2016, co-edited with Francesca Rendle-Short), the prose memoir/biography The Abyssinian Contortionist …

Dr. Adrian Miles is Senior Lecturer and currently the Program Director of the consilience Honours lab at RMIT, in Melbourne, Australia. He does research on hypertext media and networked interactive video, and undertakes theoretically inflected digital projects. Adrian’s research interests include interactive nonfiction, pedagogies for new media, and digital video poetics – with a Deleuzean …