Film and TV Columnist Anwen Crawford is a Sydney-based writer. She is the music critic for The Monthly magazine. Her essays have been published in Overland, Meanjin, The Age and Frieze, among others. Her book Live Through This is published by Bloomsbury.
Theatre and Performing Arts Columnist Jane Howard is a freelance arts journalist, critic and researcher, primarily focusing on the performing arts. Based in Adelaide and covering work nationally, her writing has appeared in publications including Guardian Australia, ABC Arts Online, and The Lifted Brow, among others. As a researcher, she has worked with Flinders University, Australia Council, and Playwriting Australia. She tweets as @noplain.
Literary Columnist Angela Meyer is the author of a collection of flash fiction, Captives (Inkerman & Blunt). Her writing has been widely published including in Best Australian Stories 2014, The Lifted Brow, Cordite, The Australian, Island, Seizure and Tincture. She works as a commissioning editor for Echo Publishing. literaryminded.com.au / @LiteraryMinded
Gaming and Technology Columnist Katie Williams is a freelance tech and gaming journalist writing about the intersection of interactivity, technology, and culture. She has written for numerous print and online gaming publications and in 2013 was Co-Director of the Freeplay Independent Games Festival. Currently based in Silicon Valley, Katie misses Melbourne coffee a lot. www.katielloydwilliams.com
Online Editor Veronica Sullivan is Prize Manager for the Stella Prize. She was a Creative Producer with the 2014 Emerging Writers’ Festival and a Digital Reporter for the 2013 Melbourne Writers Festival. She has written for publications including Right Now, The Lifted Brow, the Wheeler Centre's website, the Victorian Writer, and Archer online. In 2015, she was chosen as one of Melbourne Writers Festival’s ’30 Under 30′. @veronicaahhh.
Editor Brigid Mullane has been working in publishing and bookselling for the past decade, and is currently the Communications Manager of Writers Victoria. She has previously worked for Penguin, Melbourne Writers Festival, and Emerging Writers' Festival, and currently freelances for Hachette, Melbourne University Publishing, Readings Monthly and Affirm Press. @BrigidMullane
This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.