Sanja Grozdanic

Writer and Editor; Co-Founder, KRASS Journal, Adelaide, Australia (Rapporteur)

Sanja Grozdanic is an Adelaide-based writer and editor. With an extensive portfolio of freelance work, in 2014 she co-founded KRASS Journal. KRASS is an independent arts and culture publication, based in Adelaide but distributed internationally. With the tag line independent, ambitious and gracefully impolite, its pages bring together artists, academics and activists. From Hans Ulrich Obrist and Etel Adnan to Noam Chomsky and Senator Scott Ludlam, KRASS publishes diverse and defiant voices. Since launching, KRASS has attracted international praise from the likes of MagCulture, It's Nice That, All Day Every Day, Stack Magazines and VICE as an example of innovative and high-quality independent publishing. In 2015, Ms. Grozdanic was recognized as a Young Social Pioneer by the Foundation for Young Australians, taking part in an innovative social accelerator program. Her writing been recognized at Australian writers festivals such as Noted, and she has spoken at the National Gallery of Victoria's panel for Women in Publishing. She is currently embarking on a new project, creating salon-style debates considering the state of feminism today.

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