Tim McGuire is a freelance writer of non-fiction and fiction. Among others, he has written for The Australian, The Big Issue, Kill Your Darlings, The Lifted Brow and Going Down Swinging.
In 2017, he is the recipient of a Wheeler Centre Hot Desk Fellowship.
In 2016, he was an editor for Express Media's Buzzcuts, in partnership with Melbourne Fringe Festival, as well as a non-fiction editor for Voiceworks magazine.
In 2015, his work was longlisted for the inaugural Richell Prize for Emerging Writers, and in 2012 he was published by Penguin Australia in the anthology 'Sincerely'.
He's appeared at Emerging Writers Festival, Men of Letters, Natural Born Storytellers and Yarn: Stories Spun in Brisbane.
He lives in Melbourne.
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