Contributors

Griffith Review has commissioned over 1,400 writers since it began in 2004. 

Through programs and awards such as the Novella Project and the Emerging Voices Competition (generously supported by the Copyright Agency Cultural Fund) the journal has supported the development and publication of new work by outstanding emerging and established writers. 

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Jenny Hedley

Jenny Hedley is a neurodivergent writer, digital artist, critic and Writeability mentor whose work has appeared in Archer, Cordite,...

Carody Culver

Carody Culver is the editor of Griffith Review. She was a contributing editor for Peppermint magazine and has written for...

Scarlett Harris

Scarlett Harris is a culture critic and author of A Diva Was a Female Version of a Wrestler: An...

Tim Loveday

Tim Loveday is the verse editor for Extinction Rebellion’s Creative Hub and the director of Curate||Poetry. In 2023 he...

Lara Cain Gray

Lara Cain Gray is a writer and librarian from Meanjin/Brisbane. She is the children’s book specialist at non-profit publisher...

Angelina Xu

Angelina Xu is a writer and editor of poetry and fiction. Her work focuses on queer culture, music, contemporary...

Emma Armstrong

Emma is a naturalist and writer on the natural world, as well as the author of I Used to Think...

Katherine Collette

Katherine Collette is the internationally published author of two novels for adults, The Helpline and The Competition. She’s written...

Ceridwen Dovey

Ceridwen Dovey is the author of several books of fiction and non-fiction, including Only the Animals (2014), On JM...

Daniel M Lavery

Daniel M Lavery is a co-founder of The Toast and the author of Texts From Jane Eyre: And Other...

Ellena Savage

Ellena Savage’s debut essay collection, Blueberries, was shortlisted for the 2021 Victorian Premier’s Literary Award and longlisted for the...

Sam Morley

Sam Morley’s work has been published in various journals and has been shortlisted in the Montreal International Poetry Prize....

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