“Be daring, be different, be impractical, be anything that will assert integrity of purpose and imaginative vision against the play-it-safers, the creatures of the commonplace, the slaves of the ordinary.”
Jacquie Lee has been writing for as long as she could speak – just ask her mother, whose cupboards are full of unfinished stories. In recent years, Jacquie has turned her focus towards creative nonfiction, contributing articles to Dolly, CLEO, Lost at E Minor, The Thousands Adelaide, Rip It Up and Lowdown magazine, among others. She was recently appointed LUNA magazine’s EDM (electronic dance music) editor, and continues to write for their fashion section simply because she likes pretty things.
When not writing, Jacquie can be found working as an arts marketing specialist with a CV boasting stints at the Adelaide Fringe, Adelaide Festival, Carclew Youth Arts and Windmill Theatre. She hopes to write about music, fashion, pop culture and people more interesting than herself until the day she dies; and to one day see her work in the magazines she’s so addicted to buying.
where you’ve seen me:
Magazines: CLEO (Aus), Dolly (Aus), Lowdown (Aus), Rip It Up (Aus), Music Forum (Aus)
Websites: Luna Magazine (Aus), Breakfast With Audrey (Aus), Fringe Benefits (Aus), Buzzcuts (Aus), For The Sound (US), Indie Art + Design (Aus), Adelaide Fashion Collective (Aus), Lost at E Minor (Aus/US), The Thousands Adelaide (Aus)