An Electrical Engineer by profession, Shweta has a Masters in management from The University of Melbourne. She is a voracious reader and an occasional blogger. Shweta has been a keen volunteer for various causes like Guide Dogs, Child Fund Australia and Teach India Initiative. Now as the Editor of the GEO magazine, she hopes to educate various readers of all ages about the cause she cares about very closely- Environment.
Luke originally began his media career as a radio broadcaster in New South Wales before returning to study journalism and politics. Since this time, he has been a journalist working for The Age, The ABC and NineMSN. Luke loves travel and has twice lived overseas. While studying politics in Europe (2011), Luke wrote for The Prague Post and has written for TAT while travelling Europe, when living in London (2014).His career highlight came while holidaying in Thailand when he was caught in the Red Shirts political rioting in 2010, as a result he reported for The Bangkok Post and Phuket Gazette. Aside from journalism, Luke has been a Media Adviser for the Australian Medical Association (Victoria) and for a Federal Government Senator.
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.