Mel Campbell is a Melbourne-based freelance journalist, critic, copywriter and editor. Mel co-founded the award-winning poster-journal Is Not Magazine and online pop-culture digest The Enthusiast. Her first book was Out of Shape: Debunking Myths about Fashion and Fit (Affirm Press, 2013), a non-fiction investigation of the histories, cultures and discontents of clothing size and fit. She is currently a columnist on writing at Overland magazine, a co-host of The Rereaders fortnightly literary and culture podcast, a frequent contributor on film, TV and media at Junkee, Crikey, The Guardian, The Big Issue and more, a lecturer in Monash University’s Master of Communication and Media Studies program, and a cultural commentator in live panel discussions, on radio and online. She tweets at @incrediblemelk
Anthony Morris is a freelance film writer and editor. Since 2005 he has been home entertainment editor at The Big Issue, a magazine he first began writing for in 1997. He has been the film editor for Forte magazine since 1992, where he provides regular reviews, film stories and interviews. Anthony is currently a regular contributor to media outlets including Empire, Junkee, Broadsheet, SBS Online and the Wheeler Centre. Other publications to which he has contributed include The Vine, Kill Your Darlings (where he was an online film columnist), The Geelong Advertiser and Spook Magazine. He has reviewed films on ABC Radio Melbourne, and has had numerous short stories published. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Literature from Deakin University, with an Honours degree in Literature. He tweets at @morrbeat
Mel and Anthony are represented by Alex Adsett of Alex Adsett Publishing Services.