Roz Bellamy is a writer, researcher, editor and educator who is passionate about social justice, creativity, storytelling, sexual health and mental health.
Roz’s writing explores gender, sexuality, education, health, social justice, and politics. Roz writes for Archer Magazine, Daily Life, Junkee, Kill Your Darlings, Meanjin, SBS, Ten Daily, The Big Issue, The Huffington Post and The Sydney Morning Herald, in addition to academic journals and books.
Roz has a Master of Teaching (Secondary) from Monash University, and a Bachelor of Communication (Creative Writing) with Honours from the University of Technology, Sydney. Roz is a PhD student and casual academic at the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society at La Trobe University, and the deputy online editor at Archer Magazine.
Roz has appeared at the Emerging Writers’ Festival, the National Young Writers’ Festival, and the Melbourne Fringe Festival, in addition to Australian and international academic conferences. Roz runs writing workshops for various organisations and councils, and has been interviewed about by ABC Radio Sydney, Bent TV (Channel 31), and Joy FM.
You can buy the book through Hares and Hyenas, Fitzroy, and directly through the publisher, Wakefield...
You can read my selected works here, including essays, articles, and creative non-fiction. I write about sexuality, gender, mental health, education and politics, and I am writing a memoir about marriage equality in Australia.
Find out details about upcoming events, including presentations, panels and readings.
Read about my PhD research on using life writing with young LGBTIQA+ people and access academic journal articles I have written.
I run creative nonfiction, fiction, and poetry writing workshops, for schools, private groups, councils and community organisations. They are unique, fun, and engaging, and designed for all ages.