Louise Swinn is a writer, publisher, critic, literary event chair and the editor of Choice Words: A Collection of Writing About Abortion (Allen and Unwin, 2019). Her work appears regularly in the Age, the Australian and the Sydney Morning Herald. She was one of the founders of Sleepers Publishing, the Small Press Network and the Stella Prize.


Daniel Browning is a journalist, radio broadcaster, documentary maker, sound artist and writer. Currently, he produces and presents Awaye!, the Indigenous art and culture program on ABC Radio National. Daniel is a descendant of the Bundjalung and Kullilli peoples of far northern New South Wales and south-western Queensland.


Amelia Lush is a prior recipient of the Penguin Random House Young Bookseller of the Year Award. Amelia has a decade of frontline bookselling experience under her belt and is a regular facilitator and panel host at literary festivals. She currently works as an LGBTIQ Health Promotion Officer at ACON.


Kate McClymont is an investigative journalist with the Sydney Morning Herald. She is a five-time Walkley winner, and won the Gold Walkley for her coverage of the Bulldogs salary cap rorts. In 2016 she was awarded the Australian Press Council’s Press Freedom Medal and in 2017 she was inducted into the Media Hall of Fame.

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