Since 2013 I’ve presented workshops and papers, given talks, spoken on or hosted panels on topics ranging from independent publishing, contemporary feminism, pop culture and music criticism.
Highlights include giving a talk at TEDxYouth@Sydney (VIDEO) 2015, presenting at Creative Morning Melbourne (VIDEO), delivering a paper on the culture of pop music fandom at the EMP Pop Conference in Seattle, speaking about Fleetwood Mac at (The Event Formally Known As) Drunk TED Talks in New York City, presenting a mini-keynote at BigSound, hosting One of One’s annual International Women’s Day breakfast, and contributing to the feature documentary Romantic Comedy.
I've also appeared at:
Melbourne Writers Festival
Sydney Writers Festival
Emerging Writers’ Festival
National Young Writers Festival
Victorian Women’s Trust’s Breakthough conference
Face the Music
Women of Letters
Melbourne Knowledge Week
Ladies of Leisure
Girls Write Up
Podcasts and radio
Along with Sarah Smith and Amy Charleston, I host Fan Grrrls. A podcast about personal relationships to AFL, it forgoes stats-chat and topical gossip or game recaps in favour of indulging the inner footy fan.
In 2018, I co-hosted Keep Up With Kish & Brodie, a weekly deep-dive into niche internet celebrity drama, as part of a podcast trial with Lipp Media.
From 2016 to 2017 I co-hosted the podcast Can U Not?, which was featured on the Apple Podcasts' 'New & Noteworthy' section and the Australian Audio Guide.
In 2016 I co-hosted a week of the Breakfasters show on RRR radio, then a solo interview show on The Downlow every Sunday for a month. Here's a highlight episode from those shows.
I’ve appeared as a guest on podcasts including Reply All, Stop Everything, North Mollywood, Deja-Review, Frugal Forever and Bachelor of Hearts.