Fiona Wright

Fiona Wright’s book of essays, Small Acts of Disappearance (Giramondo, 2015), won the 2016 Kibble Literary Award and the Queensland Literary Award for Non-Fiction. Her poetry collection Knuckled (Giramondo, 2012) won the Mary Gilmore Prize in 2012. She has recently completed a PhD at Western Sydney University’s Writing and Society Research Centre, and is the CAL writer-in-residence at the University of Technology Sydney.


Having and not having the cake

MemoirEveryone involved in Bake Off is always lovely; and that everyone involved is always lovely to each other I know my girlfriend credits with having helped her through the hardest months of her life, so I guess I owe it that as well.

Measuring imperfection

Essay IN RETROSPECT, IT was always a stupid idea to buy a Fitbit; I’m still not entirely sure why I did it. Some of my friends – actually, a lot of my friends – were wearing them, and I’d watched the way...

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