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What I’m doing now

I work remotely on a number of different projects. I’m based in Brisbane and often travel between Queensland and New South Wales for work and leisure. This is what I spend my time doing:

  • Working part-time (four days a week) as an Indigenous strategy and policy research assistant for Macquarie University.
  • Educating myself on writing and poetics to further my career.
  • Submitting my writing to publications and accepting a small number of commissions.
  • Taking part in small- and medium-scale writing, research, arts and cultural projects.

These are my main priorities right now. However, I am open to considering new opportunities as long as they align with or reflect what I have stated above.

This statement was last updated November 18, 2018.

This page is a public declaration and a reminder to myself. It was inspired by Thomas Frank and Derek Sivers.


I grew up on Awabakal land. I am currently residing on Yagera and Turrbal country. I pay my respects to the traditional custodians of my homeland, about whom I am still learning. I pay my respects to the land that nurtured me, and the land upon which I currently reside. I pay my respects to elders past, present and future.