Founder & Editor-in-Chief
Leah Jing McIntosh
Leah Jing McIntosh is a writer and photographer. In 2019, she is a Victorian nominee for Young Australian of the Year, and has embarked upon a PhD in Cultural Studies at the University of Melbourne.
Designer & Spotlight CUrator
Mike Eleven is a designer, street painter and fine artist. Working with global clients such as Nike and Google, Mike has also been titled one of the 40 most iconic Melbourne street artists in the Thames & Hudson book, Melbourne Street Art Guide. He is also a big fan of comedy, soup noodles and small birds.
Liminal Letters Director
Baya Ou Yang
Baya Ou Yang is a Marketing Communications student and former editor of Farrago, who enjoys telling stories and having conversations. Her recent hobby involves eagerly consuming anything that will help her better celebrate and understand her Asianness.
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Adolfo Aranjuez is editor of Metro, editor-in-chief of Archer, and a freelance writer, speaker and dancer. His nonfiction and poetry have appeared in Meanjin, Overland, Right Now, Peril and elsewhere, and he has worked with the Melbourne Writers Festival, Midsumma, the Melbourne International Film Festival and ABC TV, among others. Adolfo immigrated to Australia from the Philippines in 2003, aged fifteen.
Stephanie Bowie Liew
Stephanie Bowie Liew has worked in communications, marketing and media. She recently co-produced the independent musical Romeo Is Not The Only Fruit by Jean Tong (Poppy Seed Theatre Festival/Melbourne International Comedy Festival). She is interested in community engagement, the arts and especially food.
Sumarlinah Raden Winoto
Sumarlinah is a dancer, activist and organiser. They lives at the intersections: a person with a mixed background, a non binary person, and working in the social justice landscape. They co-host the podcast Condemned to the Labyrinth, which investigates the violence of Australian immigration politics, and shifting understanding of “borders”. Their fascination with understanding multiplex and intricate identities through fractals and Venn diagrams spills into curating BOUNDLESS.
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