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Hi there, my name is Rae White and I’m the editor of #EnbyLife. I recently revamped my Patreon to reflect the work I want to do with #EnbyLife. I want to create an online journal for non-binary and gender diverse creatives and artists. I want to pay contributors more than a token amount. I want to organise #EnbyLife reading/creative nights where all performers get paid.

If you want to help out and see non-binary and gender diverse people get paid for their work, visit the Patreon.

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October round-up

It’s been quite a busy, exciting month since I came back from National Young Writers’ Festival. Two of my poems from Milk Teeth ‘Plants my exes gave me’ & ‘Dear Excited to Meet Me’ were published in the latest (and sadly final) Woolf Pack #11.

I also had a great radio interview last night on 2SER’s It’s a Gay Area, and have another interview next week. Tune into All Things Queer @ RTRFM, Perth on Wednesday 31 October 2018 at 11.10am (AWST)/1.10pm (AEST) to hear me chat about how I’m using my work as a vehicle to break down barriers and encourage conversations about gender and identity.

Finally, I’m super pumped to be a part of this year’s Digital Writers’ Festival. I’ll be participating in Poem Phone, riffing on John Giorno’s iconic 1969 artwork, this is a Dial-a-Poem for the internet age.

[Header photo by Quino Al on Unsplash]

Interview on 4zzz

In August this year I had the pleasure of chatting with Blair Martin on Queer Radio on 4ZZZ. Have a listen back to our chat about non-binary gender, writing Milk Teeth, and my previous work on community radio.

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If you enjoyed my chat with Blair, don’t forget you can buy Milk Teeth online, at your nearest bookshop, or borrow it from your local library.