Nicola Redhouse

Nicola Redhouse has been published widely, writing on topics ranging from postnatal medication to the conundrum of objective measurement in mental health, in publications including The Age, the Australian, The Monthly, Island, and Women’s Agenda.

Her fiction appears in the literary journals Meanjin and Kill Your Darlings, and in the anthologies Best Australian Storiesand the Big Issue Fiction Edition.

She has worked as a book editor since 2005, and teaches creative writing sessionally at RMIT and the University of Melbourne.

She is pleased to be an advocate for the work of the Gidget Foundation, which has as its mission: To promote the importance of emotional wellbeing amongst expectant and new parents, their healthcare providers and the wider community to ensure that those in need receive timely, appropriate and supportive care.

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