Ronnie Scott is a lecturer in Creative Writing at RMIT University, where he teaches nonfiction, research and graphic narrative. In 2007, he founded The Lifted Brow, an independent literary magazine that he published for its first five years. He is a contributor to many local and international newspapers, journals, and magazines, and his first novel, The Adversary, will be published by Penguin Random House Australia in 2020.
After the Plague of Discourse
Ronnie Scott speaks to Dion Kagan about “Positive Images,” a new work that looks at how representation of HIV/AIDS has changed in the “post-crisis” culture....