I combine my experience as a freelance social worker with a warped sense of humour and a lifetime of low vision to create articles, plays, short stories and other creative tidbits that take my fancy. With liquid paper and red pen poised I now venture into the world of editing.
In our own voice
Publishing original works by writers with a disability, mental illness or who are deaf.
I have had presenters’ interviews published for Writers Victoria and written theatre reviews for Arts Access Victoria and CD and DVD reviews for PBS radio I am currently completing a Masters (Writing) at Swinburne through Open Universities Australia, having completed a Diploma in Professional Writing and Editing. I have also edited a number of publications.
Graeme’s writing addiction was fuelled at primary school writing all the colours of the rainbow as poems. He’s scripted sketches for pub shows, plays at La mama Melbourne, published children’s books and poetry and written features for print and online. Bending ears at Melbourne spoken word venues, he’s still hooked.
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