ANTHONY LEVIN was born in Sydney in 1982. After studying law and completing his Honours in Linguistics, he worked as a human rights and consumer lawyer for Legal Aid NSW. He has published chapters in legal textbooks, contributed to reports on Australia’s human rights obligations, and advocated for law reform in areas such as same sex equality, mental health and children’s rights. As a writer, Anthony has also published articles, essays and poems in various journals and magazines around the world. In 2010, he received the Marten Bequest Scholarship for Prose and took the opportunity to focus on writing full-time. In January 2012, he launched his first book of poetry, House of the Collective Unconscious (Henry & June) which engages with the transgenerational legacy of his grandparents’ Holocaust experience. He also teaches English in Bradford to survivors of torture, and is currently completing his Masters in Modern and Contemporary Literature at the University of York.