About

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Brodie Lancaster is an experienced copywriter, pop culture critic and editor. She will stop writing in the third-person now.

I have written feature interviews, reviews and criticism for publications including Pitchfork, Rolling Stone, The Saturday Paper, The Guardian, MTV News, Noisey and Vulture.

My background in copywriting and social media strategy allows me to work with a diverse spread of clients to do everything from writing artists’ album bios – recently for Courtney Barnett, Sarah Blasko, Ali Barter, Odette and Body Type – to designing social media campaigns. I’ve produced copy about property developments, corporate events, drip coffee, government programs, music festivals and weird art stuff.

I am the founder and editor of Filmme Fatales, a zine about film and feminism. I published eight issues between 2013 and 2017. More on that here.

In 2015 I was named one of Melbourne Writers Festival's '30 Under 30', and earned a spot on the shortlist of the Richell Prize award for Emerging Writers. 

My first book, a pop culture memoir titled No Way! Okay, Fine was released by Hachette in July 2017.

From 2013 to 2018 I was a managing editor at The Good Copy, where I specialised in social media content and marketing, copywriting, and silly ideas. I handled copywriting for Rooftop Cinema each summer in those years, along with concepts and activations for the cinema’s many partners, and sponsors and visitors.

I was a co-ordinator on the annual Independent Photography Festival from 2014 to 2016, where I split my time between managing volunteers, checking spreadsheets and making sure thousands of beers were chilled by the time the doors to an event opened. 

Also, I sometimes DJ. I am not very good!

You can get in touch with me on brodielancaster@gmail.com