Marta Skrabacz is a writer, arts critic and producer.
She is a Writer-in-Residence at Feminartsy. In 2017 she was awarded a Glenfern Fellowship for her non-fiction work. She writes on the following topics: technology, food, feminism, literary criticism and mental health. She is currently working on a non-fiction manuscript on the works of Elizabeth Harrower.
Her work has been published in The Age, Overland, Going Down Swinging, Sydney Morning Herald, The Monthly, Kill Your Darlings and Feminartsy.
She writes a weekly blog and newsletter on the process of writing and editing at Re:Writing. Read her tweets @grrlmarta.
'Public Vulnerability and Joan Didion's California'(publishing in Feminartsy, October 2017)
Sour Heart review: Jenny Zhang's quiet stories of Asian migrants in the US (Published in The Age, September 2017)
'The Folly of Zelda Fitzgerald'(published in Feminartsy, August 2017)
‘Women’s Voices will be Heard’: Conversation with Nadja Spiegelman (published in Kill Your Darlings, July 2017)
'A voice of a generation' - Review of Adult Fantasy by Briohny Doyle (published in The Monthly, July 2017)
'The romance of belonging' (published in Feminartsy, June 2017)
'‘I come to explore the wreck': on Adrienne Rich and the arts' (published in Overland Journal, May 2017)
'Can Robots Cure Our Loneliness?' (published in The Cusp, May 2017)
'Noted Writers' Festival blurs the lines between writer and reader' (published in Canberra Times, April 2017)
'This is not a memoir: the c-word in women’s writing' (published in Overland Journal, September 2016)
'Roald Dahl, Ugliness and Morality' (published in Going Down Swinging, September 2016)