Olivia Muscat

Olivia Muscat

Olivia Muscat’s writing about art and disability has appeared in Witness Performance, Time Out and Baby-Teeth Journal, among others. Her personal essays have featured in the anthologies ‘Meet Me at the Intersection and ‘Growing Up Disabled in Australia’. She has appeared as an artist and moderator at the Emerging Writers’ Festival and YA Day festival, and in 2019 she was awarded a Lesley Hall scholarship to work on her novel for younger readers. She lives in Melbourne with her Guide Dog, Jemima, where she teaches drama and writing to kids and teenagers and is co-founder of ‘The YA Page’.