Nadia Bailey is an author, journalist and critic. She has published three non-fiction books on popular culture with Smith Street Books, and her short fiction, poetry and creative non-fiction has been widely represented in journals and independent presses.
In 2018/19, she is undertaking a mentorship with Hannah Kent (Burial Rites, The Good People) as part of the Midsumma Futures fellowship, a merit-based creative development program for emerging queer artists. She was awarded highly commended in the 2017 OutStanding Queer Short Story Award, first place in the 2014 Adrien Abbott Poetry Prize, highly commended in the 2013 Adrien Abbott Poetry Prize, and was the inaugural recipient of Express Media’s Poetry Fellowship in 2003 and was mentored by poet Dorothy Porter.
Nadia has appeared at a range of literary festivals in Australia, including the Melbourne Writers’ Festival, the Sydney Writers’ Festival, the National Young Writers’ Festival and the Emerging Writers’ Festival. Her work has appeared in The Lifted Brow, Cordite, The Australian and The Age/SMH, and she holds a Masters Degree in Creative Writing. She lives in Melbourne, Australia.
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