Author name: L. B. Hazelthorn

L. B. is a writer and editor. They read poetry with Overland and concoct fictions about demons, dreamers, and secret languages. They’ve spent half a lifetime in imaginary worlds, leaving behind a trail of aliases and unfinished Arts degrees, and now live in lutruwita/Tasmania. Their hobbies include baking brownies and simping over villains.


Q&A with Sofia Sabbagh

Our Associate Editor L.B. Hazelthorn talks to Sofia about her comic, ‘Picking Mallow’, published in #27: WEEDS

Q&A with Sarah Pearce

Our Associate Editor L.B Hazelthorn talks to Sarah about her poem, ‘into the woods’, published in #26: REVEL

Q&A with Alshaad Kara

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Our Associate Editor L.B. Hazelthorn talks to Alshaad Kara about his pair of poems, ‘Drinks’, published in #25: JUICE

Q&A with Wing Yau

Our Associate Editor, L.B. Hazelthorn, talks to Wing about their poem ‘Us (in a corporate poem)’ published in #22: Organise & Mobilise.

Q&A with Jalen Lyle-Holmes

JALEN LYLE-HOLMES is a writer, performing artist, and computer science student based in Melbourne. His writing has been previously published in Voiceworks magazine, and his writing for theatre has been performed at La Mama, in MUDFest and in a little room above the Aegean Restaurant. He mainly wants to help save the world from AI, …

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