Author name: Anupama Pilbrow

Anupama Pilbrow is a PhD student at the University of New South Wales researching early science fiction and representations of water. She is the author of chapbook Body Poems, released as part of the deciBels 3 series (Vagabond 2018). Her poems, reviews, and essays have been published in journals and anthologies including Rabbit Poetry Journal, JEASA, Liminal, Southerly, and The Hunter Anthology of Contemporary Australian Feminist Poetry. She was Editor-in-Chief of The Suburban Review from 2017 to 2021, and now holds the role of Vice President of The Suburban Review Inc. Her poetry often deals with delight, disgust, diaspora, and the abject.

Q&A with Laura McPhee-Browne

LAURA MCPHEE-BROWNE is a writer and social worker from Melbourne, Australia. She is currently working on two things at once: a novel about two young women from Melbourne living in Toronto, and a collection of ‘homage’ or ‘echo’ stories inspired by the short fiction of her favourite female writers. You can find her at

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