Australian Grown Team
I was, as they say, ‘born and bred’ in a small town called Kerang in Northern Victoria. My passion for story telling and the world around me is what made me want to pursue journalism. In 2015, I began studying Journalism and Public Relations at Swinburne University and I aim to pursue a career in journalism upon my graduation in 2017.Becoming a journalist has been a dream of mine since I was twelve. Since moving to Melbourne I have discovered my passion for sharing stories from the country. I'm honoured to be apart of, and start my career at the Australian Times.
Natalie Corrigan is one of the newest editions to TAT. A born and raised Melburnian, she enjoys analysing everything from politics to film and art. She is currently completing her Journalism degree at Deakin University. Her past publications have been featured in the likes of Lip Magazine and Deakin's Wordly Magazine. Natalie blends expert opinion with the voices of everyday Australians.
Alexandria Nagy is a writer from Bathurst New South Wales. She completed her Bachelor of Communications Degree, Majoring in Theatre/Media in 2014 at Charles Sturt University. Alexandria delved into a career in writing after writing a theatre production in 2013. She has since written for CargoART Magazine as a interview and reviews writer, Taylored Productions Blog, McDowells Herbal Magazine as well as our very own Australia Times in the poetry, pets and tattoo sections. Alexandria has a passion for horses having rehomed, re-trained and rehabilitated over 80 horses off the race track over the past 10 years. She extends this passion into her writing and draws from the emotions felt to utilise within her writing. She began as the editor of TATT magazine and is now the editor of Outback Magazine, thriving off the diversity of the role.
I’m Jacinta and when I’m not traipsing Style.com or nursing my magazine obsession I study Journalism at University. I constantly lust over Phoebe Philo’s designs, wish I had Christine Centenera’s wardrobe, think Diane Kruger can do no wrong and believe Kate Moss will always be queen. I’ve always spent majority of my time consumed in runway shows and best dressed lists, so I am very lucky to be able to write about what I love for you.
Frank Prem has been writing poetry as a serious pursuit for in excess of 20 years. He has been published in magazines, zines and anthologies, both in Australia and in a number of countries overseas, occasionally for money. He has won a number of writing competitions over the journey. He has performed his work in various spoken word venues and occasionally recorded it.He has self-published three collections of his work, ‘The Book of Evenings (written as Frank Faust) and ‘Small Town Kid’, which have been reproduced as complete collections on his blog page, and 'also 'Memoir of a Dog'.His work is intended above all to communicate with a reader or listener and aims to be accessible. He tries to celebrates the small things in life by elevating them from the periphery to the centre.Frank lives with his talented singer/songwriter wife Leanne Murphy in the beautiful township of Beechworth in the North-East of Victoria, where they nestle as close to nature as they can.
Geramie Kate Barker
Hi my name is Gem and here's some facts about me:Im from Sydney Australia. I have a largish family, Mum, Dad and 4 sisters.I LOVE BOOKS.I like to read, disscuss, blog and review books.I also love Television, Music and Movies. I will Read, Watch and Listen to almost anything. Im also a slight hoarder. I collect books, movies, box sets and anything Harry Potter.Oh Yeah, I LOVE HARRY POTTER.That's just a little bit about me.<3 Gem