Bri Lee is an author, freelance writer and editor, and the Founding Editor & Manager of the quarterly feminist publication Hot Chicks with Big Brains.
Represented by Curtis Brown, her first book, a work of narrative non-fiction called Eggshell Skull, will be published by Allen & Unwin in June 2018. It explores sexism in the legal industry and justice system.
Bri recieved a full Commonwealth scholarship to complete her MPhil in Creative Writing at the University of Queensland for 2018-2019 during which time she will complete her second book – a collection of personal essays. She is also currently a Research Assistant to Prof. Jonathan Crowe at Bond University where together they are researching potential legislative updates to improve the way the law treats women. After graduating from the University of Queensland with a LLB (Hons) and Arts (Mandarin) degree in 2014, she was admitted to the legal profession early in 2017.
Bri was the inaugural recipient of the Kat Muscat Fellowship in 2016, and one of the 2017 Griffith Review Fellows.
Photo credit: Alana Potts.