Founder & Editor-in-Chief
Leah Jing McIntosh is a writer and photographer. She has just finished her Masters in English at University College London, completing a dissertation that considered Chinese-American poetry as a mode of resistance.  Liminal is her own tiny act of resistance. 



Deputy Editor
Linh Thùy Nguyen is a Hanoi-born writer currently residing in  Narrm/Melbourne. She is studying Honours in Comparative Literature at Monash University, researching postcolonial and diasporic Vietnamese literature. She is one of the Creative Producers for the 2017 Emerging Writers' Festival, and currently an editorial intern at the Lifted Brow.


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Consulting Editor
Adolfo Aranjuez is editor of Metro, subeditor of Screen Education, and a freelance writer, speaker and dancer. He has edited for Voiceworks and Melbourne Books, and been published in Right Now, The Lifted Brow, The Manila Review, Eureka Street and Peril, among others. Adolfo immigrated to Australia from the Philippines in 2003, aged fifteen.



Podcast Director
Kamna Muddagouni 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.



Allies Project Director  

Whitney McIntosh has recently graduated from Stanford University. She has written and edited for West Magazine and the Stanford Arts Review. Currently she is interested in post-truth democracy studies, and the ramifications of populism in minority issues and representation. 



Liminal Letters Director

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.



Design Director

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 would not exist without the support of friends and family. The Liminal team would like to thank, in no particular order, C. Deel, J. Beckman, E. Meave, S. Qin, L. McHenry, C. Harley, K. McDaniel and G. Champion, amongst others who have given their time and energy to support this project.