Hi, I’m Giselle. I’m a Vietnamese-Australian writer, journalist and critic, living and working on the unceded lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation in Naarm/Melbourne, via Eora/Sydney.

I write about arts and culture, and the way they intersect with politics and life. My work has been published widely in both media and literary publications. I have written columns for Daily Life (personal essays and cultural commentary) and The Age/Sydney Morning Herald (books), and am currently an Australian music columnist for The Guardian.

I was an inaugural recipient of The Wheeler Centre’s Next Chapter fellowship in 2018, a fiction judge for the 2021 Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards and the commissioning editor at Feminist Writers Festival from 2018 to 2020.

The cat’s name is Garfunkel.

The photo is by Felix Trinh.