About Maya Pilbrow
MAYA PILBROW is the Media Manager and an Associate Editor for The Suburban Review. Maya studies languages, linguistics, and history at The University of Melbourne. She is involved as a subeditor and contributor for The University of Melbourne-based history journal Chariot. She is fascinated by the role language plays in decolonising the social sciences. In her spare time, she is a musician and avid pop-culture enthusiast.
A headshot of writer Rico Craig. There is a square grayscale photograph of Rico. He is looking down and his gaze is averted to his left side. His hair looks slightly windswept and he is wearing thick black square glasses.Rico is dressed in a black and white logo t-shirt with a black jacket over the top. This square photo is superimposed on a background featuring a phone screen in landscape orientation. The phone screen is set to a camera app displaying a close up of grey tiles with a blurred effect. The top of the screen reads ‘THE SUBURBAN REVIEW ISSUE #17 THEFT.’

Q&A with Rico Craig

September 24, 2020 Maya Pilbrow

Our Associate Editor and Media Manager Maya Pilbrow interviews Rico Craig about his fiction piece ‘Thursday’ for #17 THEFT. Read the interview here. […]

A close up shot of a Harris Wagner, showing their head and shoulders. They are light skinned and have short, light brown hair. They are wearing a grey cap with a written logo on the front, which is not legible because the photo crops the words out. They wear a white singlet, and are halfway through biting a golden brown raisin cookie. The background is blurry, but parked cars and people are visible, as well as several giant umbrellas which are usually set up out the front of food stalls.

Q&A with Harris Wagner

March 14, 2020 Maya Pilbrow

Our Social Media Editor Maya Pilbrow interviews TSR #16 contributor Harris Wagner about his poem titled ’12/26/2018′. Read the interview here. […]