Liz Duck-Chong

Writer, photographer, sexual health worker and researcher, filmmaker, pun aficionado, podcaster, occasional musician, bumblebee enthusiast and ex-roadie, Liz is a true renaissance figure in the sense that most of them were really gay.

Self-described post-fertile funny girl, she enjoys long walks after dark, collects food-shaped earrings, and we’ve probably totally met before at like that thing, your face is so familiar oh my god.

Not content to sit still, they’ve had their poetry, prose, essays and opinion published in Junkee, Meanjin, Scarleteen, The Guardian, Archer Magazine, The Sydney Morning Herald, Kill Your Darlings, The ABC, SBS, Pedestrian, Crikey, Overland, Rabbit Magazine, Fiction & Feeling, Gravel Magazine, and was the lead writer and developer of TransHub from 2019-2023. Liz has also spoken at Queerstories, Sydney and Melbourne Writers Festivals, NYWF, Write Around the Murray, Mardi Gras Queer Thinking, SAMAG and TEDx Ultimo, and would love to speak to your audience, train your organisation, write for your publication or collection, MC your panel or event, or just have a few yarns.

In her spare time, Liz is a part time carpenter and writer.

Liz is queer trans woman, and her pronouns are she and they.