Gabriella Munoz is a Mexican-Australian award-winning writer and editor based in Melbourne, Australia. Her essays and translations have been published in The Victorian Writer, Mascara Literary Review, Istor, the Sydney Morning Herald and many other places.
She writes about migration, motherhood, adoption and popular culture. Gabriella was the inaugural Digital Writer in Residence at Writers Victoria in 2018 and a 2019 Wheeler Centre Hot Desk Fellow. She’s also been featured at Emerging Writers Festival, Swinburne’s Writers Festival, A Voz Limpia and The Next Big Thing. Her poem ‘Flowers’ placed third in the My Brother Jack Awards.
She has been a panellist at Emerging Writers’ Festival and Swinburne Writers Festival.
Gabriella has over 15 years’ experience in the publishing industry and has edited international magazines and websites including Prevention Mexico & Latin America, Muy Interesante Mexico & Latin America, Australian Science Illustrated and ScienceAlert, among others.