Phoebe Lupton (she/her) is a writer of mixed European and South Asian settler heritage. She currently lives on unceded Ngunnawal/Ngambri land, where she recently earned a degree in English Literature from the Australian National University. Phoebe writes essays and poetry that tackle the ‘big questions’ about culture, feminism and mental health. From 2019 to 2020, she edited Woroni magazine at ANU Student Media, and in 2021 she is co-zine editor at DEiFY Canberra. Her favourite things (aside from writing) are cooking, nature photography and cat parenting. Phoebe’s recent work has been published in Kill Your Darlings, Cordite Poetry Review and Archer Magazine.