Briohny Doyle is the author of the Miles Franklin nominated novel Echolalia. Her other books include Why We Are Here, Adult Fantasy and The Island Will Sink. Her books have been listed for the Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards, The Richell Prize for new fiction, The Melbourne Prize for literature and the Readings New Fiction Prize. She has published essays and short stories in the Monthtly, Griffith Review, Meanjin, The Age, The New York Times. She teaches creative writing at the University of Sydney and was a 2020 Fulbright Scholar at The New School, New York.
Amith Prabhu is a pioneering Public Relations professional with 20 years of work experience.
He has worked at Genesis (now BCW India), APCO Worldwide, Publicis Groupe and Edelman. He has…
Anjan Sundaram is an award-winning author, journalist and television presenter, whose war correspondence has won a Frontline Club Award and a Reuters prize. Sundaram has reported from Central Africa…More Info
Anjum Hasan’s latest novel is History’s Angel. She is the author of The Cosmopolitans, Neti Neti, Lunatic in my Head, and Difficult Pleasures which have been shortlisted for the…More Info
Anthony Sattin is a writer of history and travel. Much of his work focuses on the Middle East and North Africa, including three highly acclaimed books of history and…More Info