Eugenia Flynn is a writer, arts worker and community organiser.
Eugenia’s thoughts on the politics of race, identity, gender and culture have been published in Crikey, The Guardian Australia, The Conversation Australia, Peril Magazine, VICE Magazine, HYSTERIA (UK), Overland, The Lifted Brow, NITV, IndigenousX, and The Victorian Writer.
With over ten years’ experience in arts work and community organising, Eugenia has facilitated the 2012 RISE Festival for RISE Refugees Survivors and Ex-Detainees, produced shows for both the Melbourne and Adelaide Fringe and been involved in numerous other projects. In 2015 she was Assistant Curator for Both Sides of the Street at Blak Dot Gallery and in 2016 she organised an in-conversation solidarity dinner with international activist and writer Angela Davis.
Currently, Eugenia is a board member of Blak Dot Gallery and Peril Magazine. She is a steering committee member of Women in the Literary Arts Australia and is a long-term volunteer and supporter of RISE Refugees Survivors and Ex-Detainees.
Eugenia identifies as Aboriginal, Chinese Malaysian and Muslim, positioning her work within her multiple communities to create change through literature, art, politics and community organising.