Professor Anna Gibbs teaches in the School of Humanities and Communication Arts at Western Sydney University. A member of the Writing and Society Research Centre and the Digital Humanities Research Group, she writes across the fields of textual, media and cultural studies focussing on feminism, fictocriticism and affect theory. Co-editor of three collections of Australian experimental writing, she is currently completing a book on feminist theory and electronic literature (Exscryptions: Memory, Movement, and the Unfolding of Space in Digital Writing) with Maria Angel. Her experimental and cut up writing has been widely published and internationally performed. She curated the ‘(Un)coverings: Art, Writing and the Book’ exhibition at Horus and Delores Gallery, and is currently collaborating with artists Elizabeth Day, Julie Gough and Noelene Lucas on The Longford Project, which works with the colonial history of Tasmania to turn the coincidence of common ancestry into reconnection and reconciliation in the present.