Rebecca Douglas is an award-winning Australian writer, editor, and reviewer whose feature articles and reviews have been published by ELLE, Frankie, MiNDFOOD, The Australian, The Sydney Morning Herald, SBS, the ABC, and other lovely places.
Rebecca’s short stories and essays have appeared in literary journals such as Overland, Kill Your Darlings, Verandah, Tincture, and Visible Ink. Her essay ‘Sanity Sleuth’ won the ‘best MEAA member entry’ award in the Overland Fair Australia Prize 2019.
Her fiction is mostly about fairness, feminism and the future, and her non-fiction work has looked at everything from doomsday prepping to secret societies and futuristic fashion, along with other, slightly less strange, areas of enquiry.
Rebecca has appeared on television and radio, commenting on a variety of topics, and has appeared as a panellist at the Emerging Writers’ Festival and workshop presenter at the SA Writers’ Centre. She is also qualified as a lawyer and has a degree from the University of Adelaide in mathematical and computer sciences.