Olympia Panagiotopoulos


Born in Melbourne to Greek parents, Olympia Panagiotopoulos comes from a long line of storytellers who inspired in her a love of folklore, myths and legends. Themes of identity and belonging are central to her writing and she is a strong advocate for celebrating bold female characters – in story and in everyday [...]

Daron Parton


Daron Parton was born in the UK, got married to a Kiwi and moved to New Zealand in 1995. He studied at Central St Martins in London and graduated with a BA hons. He has been working as an illustrator since 1990 with a few other jobs slotted in. He has worked for [...]

Gwyn Perkins


Born in Melbourne in 1942, Gwyn Perkins began his artistic career when he won a newspaper drawing prize of one guinea and a box of paints (mistakenly awarded to Miss Gwyn Perkins). In 2018, Gwyn's first picture book in his Iggy and Grandad series, A Walk in the Bush, won the Children's Book Council [...]

Angela Pippos


Angela Pippos is a journalist, writer, television and radio presenter, film producer and public speaker based in Melbourne. Angela left her native South Australia in 1997 to pursue a sports journalism career with the ABC in Melbourne. She’s best known for anchoring the sports segment on the ABC TV News for almost a [...]

Ben Pobjie


Ben Pobjie studied history at the University of Western Sydney before his lust for glamour led him to comedy writing. He is known for his TV columns in The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald, and political satire for New Matilda, Crikey and the ABC, among others. He is the author of Aussie Aussie [...]

Bruce Postle


Bruce Postle is a multi-award winning photojournalist. His collection of over 60,000 images provides an illustrative record of the nation’s social, political and sporting history over the past 50 years. Bruce was involved with newspapers for most of his working life. His assignments have taken him all over Australia, while his enthusiasm for getting [...]

Rachel Power


Rachel Power is a freelance writer, editor and artist. She worked as a journalist before enrolling at the Victorian College of the Arts in her early twenties. By her final year of art school, Rachel was pregnant, inspiring her book The Divided Heart: Art and Motherhood. She lives in Melbourne with her partner and [...]

Chris Parkinson


Chris Parkinson spent four years working in film, with refugees and on gender in East Timor. Throughout these four years he documented the shifting walls of the country and interviewed the numerous individuals participating in East Timor's most freely accessed media - graffiti. His photographic collection is the only documented collection of graffiti from [...]