• Profile

    Capturing Chloe, Katrina Kell

    Katrina Kell is the author of two YA novels Juice (2000) and Mama’s Trippin (2006), both published by Fremantle Press. She recently completed her PhD, her creative thesis, a historical novel inspired by the famous painting in Melbourne’s Young & Jackson Bar.   Capturing Chloe traces  Chloe’s  impact on an Australian family during World War One as well as Chloe’s life in the aftermath of the Second French Empire and the Franco-Prussian War. I got to know Katy well because our postgrad offices were across the corridor from each other and we were often the only people in the ghostly corridor. Even though we’ve both completed our respective degrees, we still catch up regularly for coffee to chat…

  • Interviews and Profiles

    Yona Diamond Dansky – Educator, Writer and Illustrator Daniel Geary – New Writers and the Land of Maybe Elizabeth Geoghegan – An American Writer in Rome Nicole Kay – The Tapestry Project Katy Kell – Capturing Chloe Sophronia Liu – A Shimmering Sea, 20th Century Hong Kong Vahri McKenzie – Creative Practice in Academia Sarah Mokrzycki – Writer, Researcher, Artist Rashida Murphy – Moving in from the Margins Jade Norton – New Writers and the Land of Maybe Hoa Pham – Author, Playwright and Pioneer Nadia Rhook – Poet, Teacher and Historian Catherine Robertson – Writing a Best Seller Talya Rubin – The Pandemic Poetry Project Deborah Ruiz – Reimagining…

  • About

      Emily Sun is a writer, poet and educator  who grew up  on Whadjuk Noongar Country/Perth Western Australia.  She has published in various anthologies and journals including Cordite Poetry Review, Australian Poetry Journal, Meanjin, Mascara Literary Review, and Westerly. In 2018 and 2019, she was the recipient of fellowships at the Katharine Susannah Prichard  Writers Centre (First Editions/CALD) and the Centre for Stories. Emily was also  the runner-up in the national  Deborah Cass Writing Prize (2018). Emily has taught in both the secondary and tertiary education sectors. She holds a MA in English and Creative Arts and is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Western Australia. Vociferate|詠  is her debut poetry collection…