Eloise Grills is a Melbourne-based writercomics artist, photographer, poet and memoir editor for Scum Magazine.

Her comics, essays, criticism, memoir, photography, illustrations and poetry have been published widely, in places like IBIS House, Meanjin, The Spinoff (NZ), Queen Mob’s Teahouse (International), Girls Will be Girls, F*ems Zine, VICE, AntiTHESIS Journal, LOR Journal, Castles in the Sky IIPeephole Journal4:3Filmme Fatales, Scum MagazineCHART Collective, The Lifted Brow, Overland, The Suburban Review, The Age, Junkee and KillingsShe has appeared at many festivals, including White Night (2015), the Stella Schools Program’s inaugural Girls Write Up Festival (2016) the Emerging Writers Festival (2016, 2017) and NYWF (2016, 2017).

In 2016 she wrote a comics columnDiary of a Post-Teenage Girl, for Scum Magazine, and received a Wheeler Centre Hot Desk Illustrator’s Fellowship.

In 2015 she was selected to participate in MIFF’s Critics Campus, writing film reviews for MIFF and The Age. She also wrote a sex column for Spook Magazine. While completing her Master of Creative Writing, Editing and Publishing at the University of Melbourne, she coedited its postgraduate journal, AntiTHESIS.

Photo credit: Jackie Goodlet.



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