Ashley Thomson is an editor, writer and researcher who lives in Brisbane. His work has appeared in Seizure, Award Winning Australian Writing, Daily Life and Feminartsy, and he has been featured by The Cusp and 72andSunny.
Ashley served as an in-house editor for BMA Magazine and later as a book editor for Momentum Books, Pan Macmillan’s digital imprint. He also co-founded and served as the media and communications coordinator for Noted Writers Festival. He studied at the Australian National University, receiving a Bachelor of Arts with majors in English, Sociology and International Relations in 2011, and a Master of Culture, Health and Medicine in 2019. His Masters thesis received the ANU Gender Institute prize for Best Masters Thesis of 2017.
This blog is for his writing and reviews. That said, most of his efforts are focused on his new project, Homer, an online magazine discussing masculinities and challenging what it means to be a man, 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.