Stephanie Campisi was born in the eighties, is unapologetically a child of the nineties, and feels vaguely anachronistic in the noughties. Home is in the inner south-east of Melbourne, Australia, in a small flat where she spends less time than she probably should. She spends far too much time mulling over apostrophes and syntactic ambiguities. When not indentured within such admittedly self-imposed nerddom, her free time is spent rather unevenly between her much-loved book collection, the City Library, and, occasionally, the odd cafe, where she masquerades as a writer of sorts whilst staring pensively out of a window.
Her work has appeared in magazines such as Fantasy Magazine, Sybil’s Garage, Voiceworks, and Shimmer, and anthologies including Polyphony 7 through Wheatland Press and Paper Cities through Senses Five Press. Her articles have appeared in Bookseller+Publisher, The Weekly Review, Australian Women Online and more.
She is represented by Jen Linnan of Linnan Literary Management.
Stephanie also runs the book review site Read in a Single Sitting.