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Ida Skovmand is a freelance journalist split between Scandinavia and Paris, born in Sweden to Norwegian and Danish parents. She writes about arts and culture, with a special interest in Jewish culture, contemporary R&B and cities. For a city guide book project, she’s currently working on mapping out an emotional geography of Paris.

Ida Skovmand

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Josh Smith is a Dunghutti man who lives in Naarm (Melbourne) on Wurundjeri country. He has been a lawyer and public servant for much of his career and advocates for the rights of Indigenous peoples. He has spoken at the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous issues on the right to free, prior and informed consent, and has been instrumental in establishing Victoria’s first treaty process with Indigenous peoples.

Josh Smith

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Walter Marsh is a writer and editor living and working on Kaurna Yerta (Adelaide, South Australia), often found writing about Australian history and popular culture.

Walter Marsh

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Sam Bonham is based in London in the U.K. He is mostly a radio and podcast producer, working for the BBC and VICE magazine.

Sam Bonham

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Joseph Pomp is a native New Yorker currently completing a PhD in Comparative Literature with Critical Media Practice at Harvard University. His writing has appeared in The Brooklyn Rail, Cinema Scope, cléo, The Los Angeles Review of Books, and other publications.

Joseph Pomp

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Julia Busuttil Nishimura is a Melbourne-based cook, author and teacher. Her work celebrates simple ingredients, seasonal produce and the joys of coming together at the table. Julia’s debut cookbook, Ostro was short-listed for a 2018 ABIA for ‘Illustrated Book of the Year’.

Julia Busuttil Nishimura

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Yassmin Abdel-Magied is a Sudanese-Australian writer, engineer and activist. She founded Mumtaza and Youth Without Borders, has worked as a presenter for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) and TED Talks, and has been published in The Guardian and The New York Times. She is an advocate for youth, women, Muslims and people of colour.

Yassmin Abdel-Magied

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Clare Rae is an artist based in Melbourne. She exhibits regularly and is currently teaching at Photography Studies College. Her work explores the feminist act of self-representation.

Clare Rae

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Ghita Loebenstein is London-born, Sydney-bred and lives in Melbourne, Australia. Her parents are Zimbabwean and South African and her name is Indian and German. She writes about arts and culture and produces an event series on the female gaze in film.

Ghita Loebenstein

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Katherine Brabon is a novelist from Melbourne, Australia. Her debut novel The Memory Artist, winner of the 2016 Vogel Literary Award, explored the relationship between memory and place in twentieth-century Russia. She is currently working on her second novel, set in Japan.

Katherine Brabon

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Mina Zheng is the founder and principal consultant of Feng Shui Australia. She was born and raised in China before moving to Sydney, Australia. She studied with Grand Master Shao Wei Hua, who awarded her with the title of Feng Shui Master and Zhou Yi (I Ching) Prediction Master. She is a feng shui author and public speaker, and has written seven Feng Shui Yearly Books.

Mina Zheng

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Sonja Mapleston is a freelance writer of Serbian heritage. Originally from Arnhem Land, a remote region of the Northern Territory, she currently lives with her husband and daughter in Brisbane, Australia.

Sonja Mapleston

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Jemimah Widdicombe is an Australian writer and anthropologist. Currently based in the tribe of Nessapoué, New Caledonia, her work focuses on Francophone cultures, visuality and travel. Her non-fiction has appeared in Meanjin and the Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology.

Jemimah Widdicombe

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Heidi Harrington-Johnson was born to a family of immigrants. She has lived in Johannesburg, Cape Town, Hong Kong, Sydney, London, Milan, Paris, and New York, and has traveled to more than 30 countries. Her work explores the arts and the interdependent nature of social culture.

Heidi Harrington-Johnson

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Isabella Lloyd is a writer and bookworm originally from Nerrin Nerrin, Victoria. She worked as the editorial assistant for Lindsay for Issue No. 1 and No. 2, and is currently studying a Masters of Publishing.

Isabella Lloyd

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Jeanette Wilkinson is a textile artist and enthusiast from Melbourne, Australia. She has always been deeply fascinated with history of fashion and textiles and has travelled extensively to learn more about the culture and techniques of textiles around the world.

Jeanette Wilkinson

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Beci Orpin is a creative practitioner based in Melbourne, Australia, whose work occupies a space between illustration, design and craft. She has run a freelance studio for over 20 years and has exhibited both locally and internationally. She is the author of four D.I.Y books and one children’s title. Her work is described as colourful, graphic, bold, feminine and dream-like.

Beci Orpin

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Olga Kotnowska was born in Poland, migrated to Australia as a girl, and in the last decade, has lived in four different cities across three continents. Today, she lives in Melbourne where, along with study, she continues to do what she likes most: write fictional short stories.

Olga Kotnowska

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Marta Skrabacz is a writer and arts critic based in Melbourne, Australia. Born in Germany to Polish parents, she travels across Australia attending literary, art and music festivals. Her work explores emotion, cultural history, and sexuality tied to spaces, places and objects.

Marta Skrabacz

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Naomi Velaphi is an arts producer and programmer born in Perth to parents with Japanese and Zimbabwean heritage. She now resides on Kulin country, Melbourne, Australia.

Naomi Velaphi

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Greg Holland is a photographer based in Melbourne and raised in the north of England. Working between documentary and fashion photography, the camera enables him with an intimate view of humans and their expressions of personality and struggles. Shooting predominantly with film, he is currently working a collection of images concerning suburban identities.

Greg Holland

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Rachel Wilson is a writer from England whose work has appeared on The Guardian, i-D, Broadly, Fusion and more. She also works as a freelance editor and translator, as well as grappling with her hand-me-down film camera in her spare time.

Rachel Wilson

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Shu-Ling Chua was born in Melbourne, Australia, to Malaysian-Chinese parents. Her work has appeared in Peril Magazine, Seizure, The Lifted Brow, Pencilled In and other publications and was highly commended in the Feminartsy Memoir Prize 2017.

Shu-Ling Chua

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Bridget Caldwell is a Jingli Mudburra writer and artist. She spent her most recent years in Alice Springs and the Barkly Region while completing studies, and is now based in Naarm/Melbourne.

Bridget Caldwell

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Martina Hoffmann is a Melbourne-based writer who was born in Switzerland to a Luxembourgish mother and Swiss-Norwegian father. Her writing focuses on the female experience, migrant stories and Australian landscapes.

Martina Hoffmann

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Molly McLaughlin is a freelance writer from country New South Wales, Australia, currently living between Canberra, Mexico City and New York.

Molly McLaughlin

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Sally Wilson is an Australian writer, editor and photographer based in Mexico. Her work has a focus on lifestyle, travel and food.

Sally Wilson

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Annika Kristensen is a curator and writer based in Melbourne, Australia.

Annika Kristensen

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Eugenia Flynn is a writer, arts worker and community organiser living on Kulin Country, Narrm / Melbourne. She writes about race politics, gender and arts and culture—all from her perspective as an Aboriginal, Chinese and Muslim woman.

Eugenia Flynn

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Olivia Dennis is a screen and fiction writer. Born and raised in Surrey, England, she currently resides in Melbourne, Australia. Her work intimately explores character, with a particular focus on the interactions between humans and the spaces surrounding them.

Olivia Dennis

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Beth Wilkinson is the founder, editor and creative director of Lindsay, based in Naarm (Melbourne), Australia. She is the director of Oak Park Studio, a creative practice that works internationally in custom publishing, branding, photography and web, and spends her evenings watching films for her online film catalogue Very Good Films.

Beth Wilkinson

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Santilla Chingaipe is a Melbourne-based award-winning journalist and documentary filmmaker.

Santilla Chingaipe

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Imogen Eveson is a writer originally from Glastonbury, UK. Now based in Sydney, Australia (via London), she writes about arts, culture and travel and is the author of The Wapping Project on Paper.

Imogen Eveson

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Vincenzo Angileri is a person who plays with words and images. His award-winning work explores editorial design, visual storytelling, writing and language. Besides keeping dozens of Chrome tabs open at the same time, he works as editor in chief at Eldorado and as editorial director at Folch.

Vincenzo Angileri

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Michelle Aung Thin is a novelist, essayist and academic born in Burma (now Myanmar). Her first novel, The Monsoon Bride, was published by Text in 2011 and in 2014, she was the recipient of the first Asialink resident to Myanmar. Michelle is the 2017 National Library of Australia Creative Arts Fellowship for Australian Writing (supported by the Eva Kollsman and Ray Mathew Trust).

Michelle Aung Thin

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Lucianne Tonti, originally from Melbourne, now lives in Paris. She has worked in sustainable fashion and digital marketing in Australia and the UK.

Lucianne Tonti

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Anna Snoekstra is an author and screenwriter living in Melbourne, Victoria. Her novels have been published in twenty countries and many different languages.

Anna Snoekstra

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Marita Davies is an Australian/I-Kiribati writer. A storyteller at heart, Marita explores Pacific issues including women, health, domestic violence and climate change. She is passionate about recreating the animated and insightful oral storytelling of Pacific Islanders in written form. Marita is a children’s book author and has written for frankie, The Big Issue and Dumbo Feather.

Marita Davies

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Max Hayward is a Melbourne-based writer who is passionate about film musicals and mimosas.

Max Hayward