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The following was published in the June – August 2021 edition of The Victorian Writer: Body Language. Ruby Hillsmith (@rubyhillsmith) was the 2020 Write-Ability Poetry Fellow at Writers Victoria and was selected as a 2020-21 Wheeler Centre Hot Desk Fellow for her non-fiction project ‘Little Islands, Dead Sea’.  

Action!

The following was published in the June – August 2021 edition of The Victorian Writer: Body Language. Tim Ferguson is a comedian, director, screenwriter and author of comedy screenwriting manual ‘The Cheeky Monkey’.  

Limiting Disability in Literature

The following was published in the June – August 2021 edition of The Victorian Writer: Body Language. Jessica White is the author of the novels ‘A Curious Intimacy’ and ‘Entitlement’, and a hybrid memoir about deafness, ‘Hearing Maud’.  

The Body Keeps the Score

The following was published in the June – August 2021 edition of The Victorian Writer: Body Language. Scarlett Harris is a Melbourne culture critic. She is the author of the book ‘A Diva Was a Female Version of a Wrestler: An Abbreviated Herstory of World Wrestling Entertainment.’  (No mental health professionals who I reached out to …

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The Art of Confession

The following was published in the June – August 2021 edition of The Victorian Writer: Body Language. Jess Zanoni is a writer, musician and editor. Find her music as a member of pop trio Arbes, and her writing in ‘Cordite’ and ‘Voiceworks’.  

Letter of the Law

The following was published in the March – May 2021 edition of The Victorian Writer: Wordsmith. Emilie Collyer writes between poetry, plays and prose, mining the intersections of the personal and socio-political. Her writing has appeared most recently in ‘TEXT’, ‘Rabbit’, ‘Witness Performance’ and ‘Cordite’.  

Jumping the Fence

The following was published in the March – May 2021 edition of The Victorian Writer: Wordsmith. Steve Evans writes and teaches fiction, poetry and nonfiction. He has published 13 books (seven of poetry), most recently ‘Easy Money’ in 2019. ‘Animal Instincts’ is set for 2021 release.  

Dogolalia

The following was published in the March – May 2021 edition of The Victorian Writer: Wordsmith. Maria Vouis is an emerging writer with CALD origins. She hopes her poems voice animals, migrants and the ‘other’. Publications include ‘Canberra Times’, Newcastle Poetry Prize, ‘Friendly Street Poets’, ‘NewPoets 19’ and ‘SCUM Magazine’.  

Coming Soon

The following was published in the March – May 2021 edition of The Victorian Writer: Wordsmith. Idan Ben-Barak writes (mostly) science books for (mostly) children. Kids think they’re funny. He lives in Melbourne with his wife, his two boys and too many stringed instruments.  

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