Rebecca Starford

Publishing Director and Editor

Publishing Director Rebecca Starford is the author of the memoir, Bad Behaviour, and the forthcoming novel, The Handler (both Allen & Unwin). She is a former editor at Text Publishing, and has worked for Affirm Press and Australian Book Review. Her writing has appeared in the GuardianAgeWeekend Australian, and Big Issue Fiction Edition. Bad Behaviour is currently in development with Matchbox Pictures. Rebecca teaches creative writing at the University of Queensland and coordinates KYD's Writers Workshop. @RebeccaStarford

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You must go on, I can’t go on, I’ll go on

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Farewell, Hannah: A Note from the Publishing Directors

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Politics & Society

‘Dreaming is a form of planning’: A response to the US election

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Books & Publishing

You Could Burn a House Down: Todd Haynes’s Carol

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An Open Letter Regarding Arts Funding Cuts

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‘You’re the least important person in the room’: Memoir and Bad Behaviour

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April First Book Club: Read an excerpt from Rebecca Starford’s Bad Behaviour

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Editorial (Issue 16)

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Loneliness in the Twittersphere

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Running, not expiring: The perils of working at a desk

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Cracking spines and firing up tablets: My (e)reading list for 2013

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Culture

‘Curiosity Allied to Perfectionism’: Reading The Adventures of Tintin as an Adult

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‘Don’t Think Like a Shopgirl! Think Like a Poet!’: Broken Lives in Mary Gaitskill’s Don’t Cry

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Editorial (Issue 1)

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