Aimee writes cultural criticism and creative nonfiction. She is a staff writer at The Big Issue (previously the film and small screens editor) and a former pop culture columnist at The Lifted Brow. Her work appears on Literary Hub, Little White Lies, The Guardian, Kill Your Darlings, Overland, Meanjin and more.
In 2020, Aimee was a runner-up in the KYD New Critic Award. The following year, she was chosen for the prestigious Berlinale Talent Press program. An alumna of the Tin House Winter Workshop, she's also been a mentor at Melbourne International Film Festival's Critics Campus and Melbourne Women In Film Festival's Critics Lab.
Aimee has appeared at National Young Writers' Festival, Emerging Writers' Festival and Digital Writers' Festival. For over two years, she was the resident screen critic on Radio Adelaide's breakfast show. You may have heard her on ABC Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra or Radio National chatting about all manner of pop culture topics.
In 2022, Aimee is writing a book about Jim Henson's cultural legacy, for which she's received financial support from Arts South Australia, the Australia Council for the Arts, and the Neilma Sidney Literary Travel Fund.
Based in Adelaide, South Australia, Aimee lives, works and learns on the stolen lands of the Kaurna people. She pays her respects to Kaurna Elders past and present, and to anyone with a connection to the world's oldest continuing culture. Sovereignty has never been ceded.
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