/ Sharon Clarke
Sharon Clarke is an academic and a writer who recently moved house from Sydney to the NSW south coast. She gained her BA (Hons) and Ph.D. at University of Wollongong and was the Academic Director of Boston University Sydney Programs for over 20 years until she began the road to retirement in January 2017. Her […]
/ Kimball Knuckey
Kim Knuckey is a Sydney actor and director with a keen interest in the stage work of Sumner Locke Elliott. He compiled an event for New Theatre which celebrated Locke Elliott’s most famous (and notorious) play, Rusty Bugles. Knuckey has been acting in Sydney, Melbourne and the UK for 30 years. Kim was in the films […]
/ Brenda Saunders
Brenda Saunders is Wiradjuri writer and artist living in Sydney. She has won several prizes and fellowships and in 2014 was awarded the Scanlon Prize and the Woolhara Literary Prize for her collection ‘Looking for Bullin Bullin’. She has published three collections and her poetry and literary reviews appear regularly in national and international anthologies […]
/ Peter Minter
Peter Minter is a poet, poetry editor and writer on poetry and poetics. His poetry has been widely published and translated internationally, most recently in the volume In the Serious Light of Nothing (Chinese University Press Hong Kong, 2013). He has been a teacher of Aboriginal literature and Indigenous Studies for over two decades, and among his […]
/ Frank Heimans
Frank Heimans is a documentary filmmaker, oral history producer and interviewer. Since the 1970s he has recorded more than 1,000 oral history interviews and directed and produced over fifty television documentaries for his company, Cinetel Productions. He was the founding producer, writer, director and editor of Australian Biography (broadcast on SBS Television) and produced the […]
/ Alina Haque
Alina Haque is our new membership intern. She is currently studying Political Science and English Literature at the University of Sydney and has worked and volunteered for a range of Australian non-for-profits in the Policy and Advocacy, Education, and Literature sectors.
/ Robin M Eames
Robin M Eames is a queercrip poet and historian living on Gadigal land. Their work has been published in Cordite, Overland, Meanjin, APJ, and Deaf Poets Society, among others. They are currently working on a PhD at the University of Sydney, examining histories of madness and trans pathologisation in 19th-20th century Australia.