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our TEAM NMIT editorial and production

Darebin Community editorial team poetry

Kylie Brusaschi, Nimity James fiction

Claudine Edwards, Athi Kokonis non-fiction

Stella Glorie

Mia Jung was born in Busan, South Korea. A freelance fine artist and illustrator, she has studied art around the world and collected many memories. These memories are often used within her work as she is a lover of pretty things, be that flowers, buildings or people. She enjoys travelling and is grateful for long sleeps whenever the opportunity arises. More of her excellent artwork can be found on her website


editors in chief

Samantha Thomas: NMIT Meredith Tucker-Evans: Darebin Community Jan Robinson, Ashlea Shaw, Jack Waghorn





Shirl Bramich project director

Bel Schenk: City of Darebin creative director

Brad Webb: Yarra Bend Press


Emily Hassle is a Melbourne based illustrator who specialises in mixed media drawings, paintings, printing and digital media. She has exhibited all over Australia and internationally in countries such as Japan, USA and Europe. Emily’s style comes from a natural flow of subconscious inspirations that extends through her pen. She is heavily influenced by the line work and detail of art nouveau, the colourful effects of 60s poster art and Japanese horror comics. Emily is currently studying a Bachelor of Illustration at NMIT.


Judy Doubas has had several short plays produced and some poetry published. She is currently studying creative writing part time. Annerliegh Grace McCall is an emerging writer. She is currently undertaking a Bachelor of Creative Writing at Melbourne University. [to’c] Tom O’Connell is currently studying for a Diploma in Professional Writing and Editing at NMIT. His work has appeared in

[untitled] and Vine Leaves Literary Journal. [po’d] Patrick O’Duffy is a Northcote author of horror, crime and generally weird fiction,

whose ebooks can be found on Amazon and Smashwords or through [ws] Warwick Sprawson works as a Communications Assistant at NMIT Preston [ct] Born in Melbourne, Cynthia Troup is a writer

inScribe is presented by the Darebin City Council in partnership with NMIT. inScribe publishes writers and artists who live, work or study in the City of Darebin. The magazine is published twice a year by the students of NMIT and members of the local writing community. It is distributed free in Darebin and beyond. For further information contact us at


inScribe is produced as part of the NMIT Bachelor of Writing and Publishing Yarra Bend Press live work studio activities. For more information contact us on 03 9269 1833 or visit

and editor based in Darebin since 2007. [mt-e] Meredith Tucker-Evans is a Northcote-based writer, editor, communications advisor,

vegetarian foodie and Twitter addict. Bianca Walsh is a freelance writer, studying librarianship and living in the Thornbury area. [jw] Jodi Wiley is a writer, artist, teacher and kid-wrangler. Jeltje Fanoy is a Melbourne poet and was the convenor of La Mama Poetica

(2004 – 2010). Ann J. Stocker’s main career is in genetics but she has always written, mainly poetry but some prose. Kate Kingsmill is an artist with a playful, stylized approach to her work, studying illustration at NMIT. Libby Riseborough was brought up on a cherry farm in the Yarra Valley. Her favorite days were spent on the front porch during a thunder storm, wrapped in a blanket, drawing

pictures. Evie Cahir is a second year Bachelor of Illustration student whose narrative visuals often refer to the styles and traditions of

fine art. Josh Head is a graduating illustrator drawn to popular culture and comics, an influence often apparent in his work. Zachary Grenfell likes to explore a wide range of mediums such as ink, watercolour, and digital media and bases a lot of his work on children’s story telling and the unnatural. Clint Cure is a local cartoonist and film maker. He used to draw for Walt Disney.



inScribe (issue seven)  

Arts and literary culture, news and events in the northern suburbs of Melbourne

inScribe (issue seven)  

Arts and literary culture, news and events in the northern suburbs of Melbourne