Bri Lee is an award-winning writer, academic and activist and the author of Who Gets to be Smart, Beauty and Eggshell Skull.
Her journalism, criticism and short fiction have been published in most major Australian outlets, including The Monthly and The Guardian.
Her latest initiative, Freadom Inside, is a collaboration with the Women’s Justice Network that allows the public to purchase and donate books to women incarcerated in New South Wales.
What ripples beneath
MemoirJEREMY B PULLMAN was a tall, slim man with pale grey eyes and a number-three buzz cut along the sides of his skull. The rest of his dark hair was pulled back into a ponytail and tied together at...
Young lady, that’s inappropriate
EssayAFTER GRADUATING FROM law school, I spent a full and disturbing year working as a judge’s associate in the District Court of Queensland. The role required silence and discretion, and each week I sat, mute and powerless, watching things...
Holding the baby
ReportageI JUST TURNED thirty. The average age for an Australian woman to have her first child is 30.8, and Australian politicians – of various parties and ideologies – want me to have mine. Fertility rates are dwindling in Australia,...