Monica Dux is a columnist with The Age, a social commentator and co-author of The Great Feminist Denial, published in 2008. Her second book, Things I Didn’t Expect (when I was expecting), on pregnancy, birth and motherhood, was published in 2013.
Monica has worked on The Monthly magazine, at Melbourne University Publishing and was the Founding Editor of the interdisciplinary journal Traffic. She is a founding board member of The Stella Prize, an annual literary prize that celebrates Australian women’s writing.
Monica is represented by Curtis Brown Australia. She occassionally tweets @monicadux and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org