Author name: 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.

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Q&A with Scott Limbrick

A headshot of comedian and writer Scott Limbrick. There is a square selfie of Scott grinning into the camera. He has short brown hair and bright blue eyes that are glancing to the right side. Scott is dressed in a plain black t-shirt with short facial hair. He is in a brightly lit and colourful cafe. 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 grey terrazzo background with a slight blur. The top of the screen reads ‘THE SUBURBAN REVIEW ISSUE #17 THEFT.’

Our Associate Editor Panda Wong interviews Scott Limbrick about his fiction piece ‘Brass’ for #17 THEFT. Read the interview here.

Q&A with Joanna Du

Our Associate Editor Panda Wong interviews Joanna Du about her comic ‘Flattery’ for #17 THEFT. Read the interview here.

Q&A with Annelise Roberts

A photograph of poet Annelise Roberts from the shoulders up. Annelise is wearing a striped turtleneck and smiling. This photo is superimposed on a background featuring a phone screen in landscape orientation. The phone screen is set to a camera app which is displaying a grey fuzzy texture on a black background. The top of the screen reads ‘THE SUBURBAN REVIEW ISSUE #17 THEFT.’

Our Associate Editor Panda Wong interviews poet Annelise Roberts featured in #17: THEFT. Read the interview here.