Nadia Kim is a poet/writer/educator/editor, currently completing an MA in Writing and Literature through Deakin University. She is a developmental story editor for The Better Because Project.

 

In 2019 she collaborated on a multi-linear experimental event 'Where the Ending Starts' as part of the Digital Writers Festival. Her poem 'Alessandra' was highly commended in the 2017 Judith Wright Poetry Prize.

 

In 2017 she was creative writing sub-editor at Woroni, the ANU student press, and was involved in curating and editing their first creative magazine. She also created the Woroni Creative Writing workshop program for ANU students to encourage active participation in the editorial process.

 

Her creative interests include AI-assisted poetry, animal consciousness, intergenerational trauma, queer family stories, and speculative erotica.

 

She asks that in lieu of flowers you seize the means of production.