I’m a writer, editor, teacher, and speaker you should just constantly hire. Author of Salad Days (forthcoming from Penguin), editor of The Best of The Lifted Brow (Hunter). Click here for a longer, more boring CV and third-person(!) bio.
You can do it, you can do it, you can do it, forever! Covering endurance challenges for the Weekend Australian Magazine.
I wrote a catalogue for the NGV, profiling 43 young artists from across the state.
Mainlining direct to the secret heart of Instagram: the self-taken photograph, or selfie.
Can space be juicier than its constituents?
I reviewed a graphic adaptation of a Jungian essay on “the cultural complex”.
I visited Croatia “in search of a chiropractic of the psyche and a good spray tan.”
I wrote about Chris Ware for the Oz.
for ABC Radio National.
Some of my favourite stuff from the first five years of magazines, including Christos Tsiolkas, Karen Russell, and David Foster Wallace.
I started a magazine in 2007, and nowadays edit the art. We’re about to print our 20th issue. Subscribe and feel the love.
I edited a zine and curated an exhibition of art about particle physics for National Science Week.
Bilingual book about Australian artists working in China and vice versa.
I wrote a PhD about space, time, art, and narratology at the University of Melbourne.
In 2014, I’m a resident at the MacDowell Colony in New Hampshire.
I ran a workshop on character creation and story structure for the National Australia Bank to improve the financial life of my country.
I ate beef chow mein in a bunch of different countries for a feature in Lucky Peach’s Chinatown issue.