Astrid Lorange is a writer, editor and teacher. She is a Lecturer at UNSW Art & Design, where she researches and teaches contemporary writing and its relationship to art. How Reading is Written: A Brief Index to Gertrude Stein was published by Wesleyan University Press in 2014. Poetry books includeEx, Food Turns Into Blood, Minor Dogs and Eating and Speaking. She has written for the Museum of Contemporary Art, The Commercial Gallery, un Magazine, Das Superpaper, Cordite and Jacket 2. She convenes the talk series Conspiracy at Minerva Gallery in Potts Point and is part of the Bureau of Writing at the Biennale of Sydney, 2016. A collection of links can be found at astridlorange.com.