Kylie A Hough
Kylie A Hough writes on Yugambeh land. In 2015 Kylie received the Lucy Elizabeth Craigie Award, the Richard B Smith Memorial Prize and the Australian Federation of Graduate Women Inc. (AFGW) NSW (Armidale) UNE ARTS AWARD. She was a finalist in the Gertrude Stein Award in Fiction 2018 and long listed in Room Magazine’s 2021 Creative Nonfiction Contest. In 2021 Kylie received a CA/ASA Award Mentorship and a Pushcart Prize nomination. Her work appears in literary journals including OyeDrum, Litro, Verity La, Posit, Burrow, The Canberra Times, Other Terrain, Antithesis and The Journal of Compressed Creative Arts.