Stuart Glover i(37 works by) (birth name: Stuart Frederick Glover)
Born: Established: 1966 Brisbane, Queensland, ;
Gender: Male
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Stuart Glover grew up in the northern suburbs of Brisbane, where his family has resided since the mid-nineteenth century. He has worked as a freelance journalist and as an assessor for Australian publishing houses and literary prizes. As a researcher, Glover has published on Brisbane's cultural identity, the history of Australian publishing, and literary institutions.

Glover's roles in the arts industry include

  • Founding Director of the Brisbane Writers Festival
  • Manager for Writing at Arts Queensland,
  • Inaugural Director of QPIX (the Queensland Screen Development Centre)
  • Deputy Chair of the Queensland Writers Centre
  • Founding Chair of Multi-Media Art Asia-Pacific
  • Chair of Q Music (the Queensland Music Industry Association)
  • Member of the Queensland Theatre Company Board
  • Member of the Management Committee of the National Young Writers Festival
  • Founding Chair of the Queensland Literary Awards

He has also been a member of the Literature Board of the Australia Council and of the management committee of both Island literary magazine and the National Young Writers Festival.

He is currently a Senior Lecturer in the School of English Media Studies and Art History at the University of Queensland, with a special interest in non-fiction writing and print culture.

He writes creative non-fiction regularly for the newspapers, for ABC Radio National, and for little magazines–including McSweeney’s, Griffith Review, The Lifted Brow, Island, and Artlink. He has published short fiction in a number of anthologies and likewise co-edited a number. He is the publisher of Bumf, a literary website specialising in pleasingly short works.

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