Ashley Thomson is an editor and writer. His work has appeared in Seizure, Award Winning Australian Writing, Daily Life, Feminartsy and Plaything Magazine.
Ashley lives in Canberra. He served as an in-house editor for BMA Magazine and later for Momentum Books, Pan Macmillan’s digital imprint. He also co-founded and served as the media and communications coordinator for Noted writers’ festival.
This blog is for his writing and reviews. You can find a rationale for the site’s name here. That said, most of his efforts will now be focused on his new project, Homer, so this site may be a little dormant.
You can contact Ashley via email at editor<dot>homer<at>gmail<dot>com.
Thanks for visiting.
“TEDxCanberra: ideas worth spreading,” BMA Magazine, 2012:
“Cracked Actor: Sebastian Field the iconoclast,” BMA Magazine, 2013:
“DESIGN Canberra: Canberra’s ethical makers,” Green Magazine, 2014:
“Loving, not leaving: DESIGN Canberra festival showcases young local designers,” HerCanberra, 2014:
“A stitch in time: mending Canberra’s CBD through design,” Architecture AU, 2014:
“A hundred ways to change the world: DESIGN Canberra,” In the City Canberra, 2014:
“The Canberra Centenary,” BMA Magazine, 2013:
“Awakenings: you can’t just have one,” Feminartsy, 2014:
“Resolve,” Feminartsy, 2014:
“Friends like these: how can men be better feminists?” Feminartsy, 2015:
“No Eyes,” Seizure, 2016:
“A White Woman in Ōjin,” ACT Writers Centre, 2015:
“Lin Richardson, [contact sheet, Australian General Electric], 1972, digital scan of silver gelatin print,” rip publishing, 2015:
“The xx, supported by Flume, at The Metro,” BMA Magazine, 2012:
“The top five albums of 2012,” BMA Magazine, 2012:
“Album of the Issue: The 20/20 Experience by Justin Timberlake,” BMA Magazine, 2013:
“Album of the Issue: The North Borders by Bonobo,” BMA Magazine, 2013:
“Album in Focus: Yeezus by Kanye West,” BMA Magazine, 2013:
“Album of the Issue: Paracosm by Washed Out,” BMA Magazine, 2013:
“The Music ACT Music Awards at Albert Hall,” BMA Magazine, 2013:
“The top five albums of 2013,” BMA Magazine, 2013:
“20 Young Australians on the Cusp of Greatness,” The Cusp, 2016:
“Young and successful: the bright kids holding down big jobs,” City News, 2013:
“Duly Noted: Canberra’s first writers festival in five years,” Spook, 2015:
“Young voices essential in future planning of city,” Sydney Morning Herald, 2015:
“Cultural capitals: Canberra,” Performing ArtsHub, 2015:
“20 Young Australians on the Cusp of Greatness,” The Cusp, 2015: