Editor at Treadlie Magazine  (Green Press) October 2010 – April 2016. Treadlie is a quarterly magazine focussing on urban bike culture and available in both print and digital editions and was awarded Launch of the Year (<50,000) in the Publishers Australia Excellence Awards 2011. 

In addition to the Editorial role at Treadlie and producing all social media and online content I also wrote the following articles:

Feature: Velo-City Adelaide Issue 15: September 2014 (1000 words)

Feature: Bike City New York – How sweeping changes transformed one of America’s most gridlocked cities into a cycling capital. Issue 14: March 2014 (1000 words)

Profile: Eben Weiss – Never backward in giving his opinion, Eben Weiss, the creator of Bike Snob NYC, takes a pit stop in Melbourne. Issue 13: December 2013 (600 words)

Profile: John ‘Prolly’ Watson – Issue 11 June 2013

Feature: Bikes and the City Solution. – Much more than a great way to get fromA to B, the humble bicycle is proving to be a great tool for reshaping our cities. Issue 9: December 2012 (1000 words)

Profile: Barry Adamson – The legendary noir-esque UK musician talks about his need to ride. Issue 7: June 2012 (600 words)

Feature: Short and Sweet- Lazy, disorganised, not committed? Welcome to the very pleasant world of the short bicycle trip, the missing link in Australian cycling. Issue 5: December 2011 (1000 words)


The Butterfly Month by Ariella Kornmehl, translated from Dutch by Faith Hunter, published by Scribe Publications 2007

  • “Modernist in style and structure, the writing is taut and sparse … refreshing reading.” Justine Ettler in The Weekend Australian
  • ‘Kornmehl captures the cruel reality of life in Johannesburg and paints a poignant and believable friendship.’ Claire Scobie in the Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Describing the novel as a “skilfully carved” tragedy Cameron Woodhead adds that “Kornmehl writes in terse fragments of lives and nations broken. The moments of freedom are fleeting but beautifully rendered.” in his review in The Weekend Age (November 2008)



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