Benjamin Muir is a reformed juvenile delinquent writing on and often about unceded Darug land. He is interested in the relationships between horror, trauma and historiography.
He was the recipient of the 2019 AAWP/UWAP Chapter One Prize for his forthcoming novel, The McMillan Diaries. His work has been read and published in SBS Australia, Studio Stories via FBI Radio’s Or It Didn’t Happen, Antipodean Science Fiction and multiple anthologies.
Presently, he is completing his doctorate at Western Sydney University where he also teaches. His thesis is comprised of the aforementioned novel and an exegesis on trauma in Mark Z. Danielewski’s House of Leaves. He was interviewed for House of Leaves‘ twentieth anniversary in The Guardian.
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