Category: Contributors

  • Erin Jamieson

    Erin Jamieson

    Erin Jamieson (she/her) holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Miami University. Her writing has been published in over eighty literary magazines, including a Pushcart Prize nomination. She is the author of a poetry collection (Clothesline, 2023) and four poetry chapbooks. Her latest poetry chapbook, Fairytales, was published by Bottle Cap Press.

  • Cici Zhu

    Cici Zhu

    Growing up, Cici always struggled to figure out what she wanted to do. She had multiple interests that were vastly different, and found comfort in writing stories to help visualise what kind of person she wanted to be. After graduating with a degree in economics and international business, she went straight into the media industry…

  • Mickey Stosser

    Mickey Stosser

    Mickey is a trans, Autistic songwriter. Their art aims to give voice to the feelings that we didn’t know we had. They create music under the name Local Sweetheart (@localsweetheartmusic). Their intimate lyrics and atmospheric harmonies will remind you of voice notes from a friend.

  • Karla Whitmore

    Karla Whitmore

    The world is beset by destabilizing geopolitical and environmental issues.  These present a challenge, not only to comprehend and attempt to mitigate, but also to find hope for society as we know it.  Travelling through history is to navigate progress and catastrophe with an eye always on the future. Karla Whitmore lives in Sydney and…

  • Jena Woodhouse

    Jena Woodhouse

    Jena Woodhouse is a poet, translator and writer of fiction for children and adults. She has eleven book and chapbook publications, the most recent being, from the Picaro Poets series, Bitter Oranges: a memoir of Athens – a city where she lived and worked for more than ten years.

  • Ellen Irwin

    Ellen Irwin

    Ellen Irwin is an aspiring author of historical sagas set in the Western Isles of Scotland and the Irish Sea region. She has been writing and storytelling since she first learned to wield a pencil. A member of ACFW and Historical Novel Society’s Interview Team, she is passionate both about writing character-driven tales of redemption…

  • Roseanna Smith

    Roseanna Smith

    Roseanna is a writer originally from Sydney, who recently completed her master of writing through Swinburne University. She is a corporate lawyer by day and procrastinates writing her novel at night. In between exploring as much of Europe as her bank balance allows and butchering Italian on Duolingo, she can be found researching her Irish…

  • Vanessa Perera

    Vanessa Perera

    Vanessa Perera was born and raised in Sri Lanka and now studies creative writing at Swinburne University in Melbourne. She is passionate about narrating stories about cultural experiences, relationships, insecurities, and the struggles of living in a third-world country.

  • A. Rogers

    A. Rogers grew up in the forest and moved to the city, where her love for writing has grown and shifted. She has finished her Bachelor of Arts with a major in Creative Writing and Literature. Her work is experimental and constantly shifting, she has a penchant for magical realism and taking the arbitrary and…

  • Danyel Deran

    Danyel Deran

    Danyel Deran thanks Other Terrain journal editor, Matt Richardson, for taking the time to edit and read his work (Thank you, Matt. You’re my superstar).

  • Jane Frank

    Jane Frank

    Jane Frank is a Brisbane-based poet, editor and academic. Her debut collection Ghosts Struggle to Swim was published by Calanthe Press in May 2023, and she is the author of two previous chapbooks. Her work has been widely published in journals and anthologies in both Australia and internationally including Antipodes; Westerly; Cordite; Australian Poetry Journal; Shearsman; Poetry…

  • Bek Klinko

    Bek Klinko

    Bek Klinko is a creative writing student at Swinburne university who loves musicals, wet weather and flowers. She is a self-taught seamstress and an avid fantasy fan.

  • Bethany Lo-Han

    Bethany Lo-Han

    Bethany Lo-Han is a Swinburne student currently majoring in Professional and Creative Writing. As an avid lover of all things to do with a pen, she has always wanted to become a graphic novel author. In the meantime, she spends her time writing and publishing fanfiction (don’t ask her for any links). 

  • Michael Tyler

    Michael Tyler

    Michael Tyler has been published by Takahe, Bravado, Adelaide Literary, PIF, Daily Love, Danse Macabre, Apocrypha and Abstractions, Dash, The Fictional Café, Potato Soup Journal, Fleas On The Dog, Cardinal Sins, and Mystery Tribune.  Michael writes from a shack overlooking the ocean just south of the edge of the world. He has been published in…

  • Damen O’Brien

    Damen O’Brien

    Damen is a multi-award-winning Queensland Poet.  Damen’s prizes include The Moth Poetry Prize, the Peter Porter Poetry Prize (joint winner), the Newcastle Poetry Prize, the Val Vallis Award and the Magma Judge’s Prize.  Damen has been published in Cordite, Overland, Antipodes, Mississippi Review, Atlanta Review and Southwords. (www.dameno.org).