Vivienne Cutbush

Vivienne Cutbush was writer in residence at GASP during March/April 2017 and has produced a wonderful new work not to be missed! …A Field Guide to GASP.

Click here to read Vivienne’s work, A Field Guide to GASP.

The Young Writers in the City program is an initiative of the Tasmanian Writers Centre, supported in 2017 by Moonah Arts Centre and many host venues. The program provides emerging writers with a unique opportunity to participate in a structured and paid writing residency to develop new work, whilst making an important artistic contribution to the community.

Six young writers-in-residence were commissioned to create experimental essays inspired by various spaces and venues across the City of Glenorchy.

Photograph: Jack Robert Tissot

Vivienne is an emerging writer and artist. She works across comic-style, graphic storytelling, and creative non-fiction. Vivienne has been published in Overland , has worked at the Museum of Contemporary Art, FBi radio, studies creative writing and makes zines. She originally hails from Sydney and was selected as one of the Tasmanian Writers Centre Hot Desk writers-in-residence in 2016.

We hope you enjoy Vivienne’s work.






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