Meet the crew

These are the brains behind Feminartsy!

Patel Family Hotel & Cafe-38Zoya Patel – Founding Editor

Zoya founded Feminartsy in 2014, following four years as Editor-In-Chief of Lip Magazine.  Zoya was Highly Commended in the Scribe Publishing Non-Fiction Prize 2015, was the 2014 recipient of the Anne Edgeworth Young Writers’ Fellowship, and was named the 2015 ACT Young Woman of the Year. Her debut book, No Country Woman, a memoir of not belonging, is out now through Hachette Australia. @zoyajpatel


Kali Myers – Editor-In-Chief

Kali is a writer, researcher, and editor based in Melbourne. Her work has previously appeared in Meanjin, Kill Your Darlings, Matters Journal, Transportation Press’ Smoke One, on online platforms and circulars such as The Monthly Daily, The Lifted Brow, Going Down Swinging, Overland, and has been performed at writers festivals and salons hosted by TiNA and Writers Victoria. Tweet to her @pickwickian36


Katelin Farnsworth – Co-Managing Editor

Hailing from the Dandenong Ranges, Katelin has been published widely including The Age/Sydney Morning Herald,Overland Literary JournalLip Magazine,Tincture JournalAward Winning Australian Writing 2015, 2017, & 2018 and The Victorian Writer, amongst others. She has a degree in Professional & Creative Writing from Deakin University and is represented by Hindsight Literary Agency.


Social Media Manager – Jessica Abramovic

Jessica is a communications specialist living in Canberra. Her academic and career focuses are diversity and inclusion, intersectionality, and storytelling. Jessica holds a BA majoring in communications and international studies, a Grad Dip of Professional Writing, a Master of International Development, and is currently completing a Master of Communication.

2 Comments

  • Liana Joy Christensen commented on April 14, 2017 Reply

    Hi,

    Love the name.

    I’m keen to send an entry to the Feminartsy Memoir prize, but have a few questions. When will the prize be announced? What happens to the piece after that? Is the prize-winning piece published online? Would it then matter if the work appeared elsewhere in the future?

    Thanks,

    Liana

    • Zoya Patel commented on April 17, 2017 Reply

      Hi Liana,
      Thanks for your comment! The winning entry will indeed be published online (with the author’s permission), but the author will retain copyright and is completely welcome to publish it elsewhere as well.
      Cheers,
      Zoya

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