About Panda Wong
PANDA WONG is an Associate Editor at The Suburban Review. Panda is a poet, writer and living personification of ‘I’m baby’ living in Narrm/so-called Melbourne. She has performed at Emerging Writers Festival, Digital Writers Festival, Liminal, and the Melbourne Spoken Word Prize. She writes about navigating the complex and annoying landscape of grief.
An image of Lu Quade beside and image of the Suburban Review #20 cover. Lu Quade has pale skin, an excellent brown beard that reaches down to the collar of a bright blue and green shirt. Lu is wearing a baseball cap and looking over the top of the camera with a neutral, relaxed expression.

Q&A with Lu Quade

March 14, 2021 Panda Wong

LU QUADE is an artist from Newcastle upon Australia. Our Associate Editor, Panda Wong, talks to Lu about ‘Stealing Coins from Mum’s Handbag’, published in #20: Handbag. Your poem ‘Stealing Coins from Mum’s Handbag’ is a […]

An image of Martins Deep beside an image of the cover of issue #20. The portrait of Martins Deep is greyscale. Martins has dark skin, wearing a t-shirt, and smiling at the camera.

Q&A with Martins Deep

March 5, 2021 Panda Wong

MARTINS DEEP is a Nigerian poet & photographer. He is passionate about documenting muffled stories of the African experience in his poetry & visual art. Writing from Kaduna, or whichever place he finds himself, the […]

A collage of images, including the suburban review Issue 19 cover, a textured orange rectangle, and an image of Carly Candiloro. Carly has pale skin, long dark hair, and stands in front of a picturesque countryside of green grass and distant blue hills. Carly wears a dark coloured t-shirt and is smiling.

Q&A with Carly Candiloro

February 23, 2021 Panda Wong

CARLY CANDILORO is a cartoonist and visual artist from Melbourne’s north. Her work features in the anthology ‘if we all spat at once they’d drown: drawings about class’ as well as in publications Femszine and […]

Seafoam green bordered the abstract pattern. Aqua leaves splashed across a golden background, lines of white dots flow across the pattern in different directions. Claire Collie smiles out of a rectangle backdrop of a rustic wooden wall, tinged with a moss green.

Q&A with Claire Collie

October 12, 2020 Panda Wong

Our Associate Editor Panda Wong interviews Claire Collie about her non-fiction piece ‘Loneliness, Boredom, No Normal’ for #18 REGIONAL VOICES. […]

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