Susie Anderson is a writer of Wergaia/Wemba Wemba and British descent living on Boon Wurrung land. The tension between Indigenous and colonial narratives is explored in her writing about art, place and memory. Her poetry and nonfiction has appeared in many publications online and in print. She is a 2021 Black&Write! Fellow, was runner up in the 2018 Overland Poetry Prize and awarded the inaugural Emerging Writers Fellowship at State Library Victoria. In 2020 she edited the online journal Tell Me Like You Mean it Volume 4 for Australia Poetry and Cordite Poetry Review.