The Suburban Review is a literary collective that worships creativity. We publish a quarterly digital journal of short fiction, creative non-fiction, poetry and art.
We’re based in Melbourne but we’re interested in publishing the work of writers from all over Australia and the world. We praise creativity, adore the tongue-in-cheek, and love having our hearts broken again and again.
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Co-editor: Anupama Pilbrow
Anupama studies mathematics at The University of Melbourne and is co-manager of Sibboleth Poetry Reading Group. She received the 2016 Dinny O’Hearn Fellowship for her poetry manuscript the ravage space, a work dealing with Asian diasporic experience in Australia. Her work has been published in local and international poetry journals.
Co-editor: T. J. Robinson
T.J. is a writer and editor living in Melbourne. In 2010 he won the Grace Marion Wilson Emerging Writers Competition. You can read his writing here.
Deputy editor: Nicola Williams
Nicola is a writer and editor from the UK, living in Melbourne. She is an editorial assistant at Inkerman & Blunt and a poetry reader for Overland magazine. She has an MA in literature and interned this year with Ilura Press. A film of her poem won a Guardian competition in 2013, and was screened at the BFI.
Art editor: Kitty Chrystal
Kitty Chrystal is a Melbourne poet, artist and intersectional feminist. Their illustrations are inspired by a mix of anime, early 2000s pop music, 90s sci-fi novels and films. Their poems are a jumble of dreams and things their friends have said. You can find more at kittychrystal.blogspot.com.au.
Comic editor: Chris Gooch
Chris Gooch is a Melbourne based artist and cartoonist. His work is available to read online at chris-gooch.tumblr.com.
Associate editor: Camilla Eustance
Camilla Eustance writes poetry and illustrates. She has been published in journals in both Australia and Scotland. She recently finished an Honours degree in Art History at the University of Melbourne.
Associate editor: Zoe Kingsley
Zoe is a writer and collaborator currently based in Glasgow, UK. Her poetry and critical writing can be found in journals such as Powder Keg, Cosmonauts Avenue, Textual Practice and The Bohemyth. She tweets @quinnsleyz.
Associate editor: Dinu Kumarasinghe
Dinu studies law at The University of Melbourne. In her undergraduate degree, she completed a double major in Politics and International Studies, and English and Theatre Studies. She is particularly interested in the experiences of immigrants and Indigenous Australians, in both literature and law.
Associate editor: Jordan McKendry
Jordan is a Wonnarua and Wiradjuri person living in Melbourne. They are a non-fiction writer and maker who is currently studying a BA at the University of Melbourne. Jordan is focused on exploring the intersections of gender, queerness and Aboriginality through literature and art.