Jemimah Halbert Brewster


My name is Jemimah Halbert and my work comes under the umbrella of Oddfeather Creative. I edit, design and art, but not as much as I write. I have a First Class Honours degree in creative writing, and I freelance edit others' work.
For several years I have worked and volunteered in many different roles, including Editor in Chief of Underground Creative Writing Zine, a volunteer at the State Library of Western Australia, and minute-taker for the board of writingWA.
I have been published in The Big Issue, Voiceworks, and Underground, in the Planet Bastard vol. I anthology, had my book reviews featured on the Australian Women Writers Challenge website, had work published in the Writing on the WAll anthology, and was long-listed The Big Issue 2015 Fiction Edition.

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A History of Tea
Price: Free! Words: 2,660. Language: English. Published: May 24, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Coming of age
This series of vignettes, part creative non-fiction, part fiction, follows the theme of social ritual as observed by a girl growing up in rural Western Australia.

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australia    bushfire    family    family relationships    farming    memory    polio    rural    sibling    small town    social ritual    tea    teapot    western australia