Amy McQuire is a Darumbal and South Sea Islander woman from
Rockhampton in Central Queensland. Amy is a freelance writer and
journalist, and is currently completing a PhD at the University of
Queensland into media representations of violence against
Aboriginal women.Amy began her career straight out of high school,
completing a cadetship at the National Indigenous Times (NIT)
newspaper. She later became editor of NIT, and for a short time
political correspondent for NITV News. Amy has also worked at
Tracker Magazine, New Matilda, Brisbane's 98.9 FM - where she
presented the 'Lets Talk' current affairs show - and more recently
BuzzFeed News Australia.
Over the past four years, Amy has co-hosted the investigative podcast 'Curtain' with human rights lawyer Martin Hodgson. The podcast puts forth the case for innocence for Aboriginal man Kevin Henry, who was wrongfully convicted in 1992.Amy has a strong interest in writing about justice, culture and heritage and feminism.
Matt Chun is an artist and writer, currently based on stolen Tsleil-Waututh land in the settler colonial state of Canada. He also divides his time between Naarm/Melbourne, Yuin land, and Taipei.His work spans drawing, text, comics and picture books.Matt is a current Research Fellow at the State Library of Victoria, working towards the decolonisation of children's literature. He is also recipient of 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art's Writers Program.Matt's writing can be found in Overland Literary Journal, Meanjin Quarterly, Runway Journal and Liminal Magazine. He is currently writing for Art Monthly Australasia.Matt is the author of picture books Australian Birds (2018), Australian Sea Life (2019) and the forthcoming Australian Mammals (due for release in November 2020), in collaboration with Little Hare Books.