Web and Flow
Artists in this event:
Emma is a PhD researcher in English Literature at Flinders University where she is completing her doctoral thesis, titled ‘Automedial Girlhoods: Reading Girls’ Autobiographical Practice in Digital Contexts’. She is interested in autobiography, pop culture, digital media, and gender. You find out more about her work at emmamaguire.wordpress.com
Celeste Liddle is a proud Arrernte Feminist trade unionist and vegetarian. As well as being the current National Indigenous Organiser for the NTEU, Celeste is a freelance opinion writer and got her start from blogging personally at Rantings of an Aboriginal Feminist. Celeste’s works have frequently been published by The Guardian, Daily Life and the former Tracker magazine, amongst others.
Jane Howard is a freelance arts journalist and critic, based in Adelaide and covering work nationally. She is the theatre and performance critic for Kill Your Darlings, and a regular contributor to Guardian Australia and The Lifted Brow. Her blog is sadly neglected, and lives at noplain.wordpress.com. Instead, she tweets as @noplain.
Kylie Maslen is a writer based in Melbourne. Her blog book-plate.com is an ongoing account of what she’s been reading and what she’s been eating, through personal essays that combine literary criticism and recipes. She has spoken about her writing at the National Young Writers’ Festival and Emerging Writers’ Festival. She tweets at @hellobookplate.