I am a queercrip writer, artist, and historian living on Gadigal land (Sydney, Australia). I am genderqueer and use they/them pronouns.
My work has been published by Overland, Cordite, Meanjin, Australian Poetry Journal, and Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, among others. Most of my publication history is available to read for free online here; I am happy to provide personal copies of any other work upon request. If you would like to contact me about my work or for a commission, you can do so here or by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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I am currently working on a PhD in History at the University of Sydney, examining trans history, madness, and carceral interactions in late nineteenth–early twentieth century Australia. I am also involved in a number of organising projects and grassroots movements; I was Disability Officer at USyd in 2018, have worked with the USyd South East Asia Centre on projects of disability education and activist collaboration, and occasionally contribute to disability advisory groups. More recently I have been working within the Disability Justice Network, a national grassroots collective formed in 2021.
I live and write on the occupied lands of the Gadigal people, who have been caring for these lands, waters, and skies since time immemorial. I offer my respects to Gadigal elders past and present, and my solidarity to their ongoing struggle for justice.