Claire Catacouzinos is a Greek-Australian writer and editor. In 2014 she completed her Master of Arts in Creative Writing at Macquarie University and completed her Diploma in Book Editing and Publishing at Macleay College. In 2012 she completed her BA in Writing and Ancient History: Greece, Rome, and Late Antiquity. She writes historical fiction set in Ancient Greece, Young Adult fiction focusing on multiculturalism in Australia, and poetry about Australian-Greek identity and the Greek Diaspora. Also in 2014 she was the Copy Editor and History in Review Columnist of Macquarie University’s Student Publication Magazine, Grapeshot, and the Editor-in-Chief of The Quarry Issue #4 in 2014 and Issue #6 in 2015.
For more information about Claire and some aspiring writer’s advice check out her exclusive writer interview with Dr Stephanie Russo on MQ’s Literary Podcast ‘From the Lighthouse’ in 2018. Click here!
“ … we dream in narrative, daydream in narrative, remember, anticipate, hope, despair, believe, doubt, plan, revise, criticise, construct, gossip, learn, hate, and love by narrative. In order really to live, we make up stories about ourselves and others, about the personal as well as the social past and future.”
– Barbara Hardy, Narrative as a Primary Act of Mind.