Jay Anderson

Jay Anderson lives and writes on the unceded lands of the Whadjuk people. He managed and participated in the Centre for Stories queer storytelling project, Bright Lights, No City, which documented the experiences of LGBT+ people from regional and rural areas of Western Australia. He currently works for Margaret River Press and studies Social Work at Curtin University. His writing has been published in various journals and print anthologies, and he was a KSP Writers’ Centre CaLD Fellow.

Short Fiction

Moments

He was at Coles when he realised he didn't love his husband anymore.
They had met at university through the Queer Department's annual disco – he'd spotted Dan in the soft light of the dance... [+]