Interviewer Team

  Adolfo Aranjuez   @adolfo_ae   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  Right Now ,  Overland ,  Meanjin  and  Peril , and he has worked with Melbourne Writers Festival, Midsumma and Multicultural Arts Victoria, among others. Adolfo immigrated to Australia from the Philippines in 2003, aged fifteen.  Read Adolfo in conversation with  Bobuq Sayed,   Yumi Umimare.

Adolfo Aranjuez
@adolfo_ae

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 Right Now, Overland, Meanjin and Peril, and he has worked with Melbourne Writers Festival, Midsumma and Multicultural Arts Victoria, among others. Adolfo immigrated to Australia from the Philippines in 2003, aged fifteen.

Read Adolfo in conversation with Bobuq Sayed, Yumi Umimare.

  Robert Wood   www.robertdwood.net      Robert Wood is interested in history, language, philosophy, nature and poetry. He is the author of  History & the Poet.  In 2018, he is an Emerging Critic with the  Sydney Review of Books  and the author of a food blog.  Read Robert in conversation with  Eileen Chong.    

Robert Wood
www.robertdwood.net

Robert Wood is interested in history, language, philosophy, nature and poetry. He is the author of History & the Poet. In 2018, he is an Emerging Critic with the Sydney Review of Books and the author of a food blog.

Read Robert in conversation with Eileen Chong.

 

  Cher Tan   @mxcreant      Cher Tan is a freelance writer in Adelaide. She writes mostly on tech, identity, politics and culture. Her work has previously appeared in Kill Your Darlings, Right Now, The Lifted Brow, VICE, Catapult and Overland, amongst others.      Read Cher in conversation with  Haneen Martin.

Cher Tan
@mxcreant

Cher Tan is a freelance writer in Adelaide. She writes mostly on tech, identity, politics and culture. Her work has previously appeared in Kill Your Darlings, Right Now, The Lifted Brow, VICE, Catapult and Overland, amongst others. 

 

Read Cher in conversation with Haneen Martin.

 
  Sophia Cai   Sophia Cai is an emerging curator and arts writer with a particular interest in Asian art history as well as craft-based contemporary art practices. She completed her Masters in Art History at the Courtauld Institute, London in 2014. Sophia is currently the Public Programs Coordinator at the Australian Tapestry Workshop in Melbourne.  Read Sophia in conversation with  Jason Phu.

Sophia Cai

Sophia Cai is an emerging curator and arts writer with a particular interest in Asian art history as well as craft-based contemporary art practices. She completed her Masters in Art History at the Courtauld Institute, London in 2014. Sophia is currently the Public Programs Coordinator at the Australian Tapestry Workshop in Melbourne.

Read Sophia in conversation with Jason Phu.

  Kamna Muddagouni   @kamnamm   Kamna is a lawyer, writer, communications adviser and podcaster. She has been published in  Daily Life, The Vocal, Junkee  and  Noisey . In 2016, she launched the podcast  Can U Not? with Brodie Lancaster. Kamna is also on the board of  Fair Agenda , a not for profit organisation campaigning for gender equality.  Read Kamna in conversation with  Tim Lo Surdo.    

Kamna Muddagouni
@kamnamm

Kamna is a lawyer, writer, communications adviser and podcaster. She has been published in Daily Life, The Vocal, Junkee and Noisey. In 2016, she launched the podcast Can U Not?with Brodie Lancaster. Kamna is also on the board of Fair Agenda, a not for profit organisation campaigning for gender equality.

Read Kamna in conversation with Tim Lo Surdo. 
 

  Yeo    @snackswithyeo   Yeo is a musician from Melbourne who has independently released five full-length albums over a career spanning more than a decade. When his back isn't sore, he likes playing baseball, running and building bicycles.  Read Yeo in conversation with  Vivan Vo. 

Yeo
@snackswithyeo

Yeo is a musician from Melbourne who has independently released five full-length albums over a career spanning more than a decade. When his back isn't sore, he likes playing baseball, running and building bicycles.

Read Yeo in conversation with Vivan Vo.