writer, reader, rmit student, bunny whisperer
taysh is your typical aspiring writer. for now she is more comfortable referring to herself as a student, attempting to get through an associate degree of professional writing and editing at rmit—though she’s unsure she will ever want to leave. her plethora of mental illnesses continue to creep into her work and she has decided to go with it for now. she hopes her writing could hold some resonance with others experiencing similar issues and, maybe more importantly, those who aren’t. this bio is a little confused as to what taysh does besides stress over assessments and speak to her rabbits.
she often thinks about her local and wider literary community and would like to contribute to keeping it alive. which seems like a good start.
her rabbits also say hello.
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i am writing from the traditional lands of the Dja Dja Wurrung and Taungurung Peoples of the Kulin Nation. i pay my respects to the Traditional Owners and their Elders past, present and emerging, and the Aboriginal Elders of other communities.
sovereignty was never ceded.