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Mel Campbell is a Melbourne-based freelance journalist, critic, copywriter and editor. Mel researches and writes about film and television, clothing and costume, books and ideas, media and consumer culture, and the wonderful, underrated banalities of everyday life. She's fascinated by the persistence of the past in the present, and the moments and artefacts we take for granted or leave behind. Her first book was Out of Shape: Debunking Myths about Fashion and Fit (Affirm Press, 2013). She writes on film, TV and media at Junkee, The Big Issue, Crikey, Metro, The Guardian and more. She is currently a co-host of fortnightly culture podcast The Rereaders, a columnist on writing at Overland magazine, a lecturer in Monash University's Master of Communications and Media Studies program, and a commentator in live discussions, on radio and online. She tweets at @incrediblemelk
Anthony Morris is a Melbourne-based freelance journalist and critic. He's been writing about and reviewing film for over twenty years. In that time he's reviewed around 250-300 films a year and written articles ranging from the lightweight to the in-depth. Anthony is currently the Film Editor at Forte magazine, and the Small Screen Editor at The Big Issue. He also writes regularly for for Empire magazine, SBS Online, Broadsheet and Junkee, and in the past his work has appeared in venues as varied as Kill Your Darlings, The Lifted Brow, Eureka Street and Network Video News. His short fiction has appeared in Interzone, Aurealis and Eidolon.
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