As an editor, the projects I work with are as diverse as my writing interests. I edit anthologies, collections, business and instruction books, diaries, cookbooks and tarot and oracle card sets. I specialise in structural editing of non-fiction. Each project undertaken is a new adventure.

I’ve worked with a number of small and independent presses over almost ten years, and served on several committees for writing and editing organisations. I’ve judged awards, which is a really satisfying thing to do, and at one stage I was the mentorship coordinator for both the Australasian Horror Writers Association and the Institute of Professional Editors.

In 2020, I did a mentorship with horror writer extraordinaire, Kaaron Warren, and it was one of the best things I’ve ever done. Thank you, Kaaron.
My publications are diverse, and some are available free to read online.


Qualifications, training and participation at industry-specific events


  • 2015 Diploma of Professional Writing and Editing, Melbourne Polytechnic


  • 2022 Conflux Speculative Fiction Convention (panellist and attendee)
  • 2022 AHWA Shadows Awards judge, poetry
  • 2021 Structural Editing Masterclass, Susan Keogh
  • 2021 AHWA Shadows Awards judge, novella
  • 2020 AHWA Mentorship, Kaaron Warren
  • 2020 AHWA Shadows Awards judge, collections
  • 2019 Continuum and Natcon, Melbourne 
  • 2019 AHWA Shadows Awards judge, short story
  • 2018 Genrecon, Brisbane 
  • 2018 Continuum, Melbourne
  • 2018 Fiction editing workshop, Editors South Australia, Louise Thurtell
  • 2017 Writing a non-boring family history, Hazel Edwards
  • 2017 Structural editing for fiction, Nicola O’Shea
  • 2017 Self-publishing: all you need to know, Euan Mitchell
  • 2017 English Grammar and Style, edX, Write 101x, University of Queensland
  • 2016 Mentors’ workshop, IPEd, Elizabeth Murphy and Edwin Briggs
  • 2016 Introduction to structural editing, Editors Victoria, Susan Keogh