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Jay Anderson

An absolutely stunning portrait of quite possibly the most handsome young man in Perth, Jay Anderson. He sits in the Centre for Stories library with his hand resting gently on his chin. His hair is perfectly quiffed and he wears golden-rimmed round glasses.

Jay Anderson is a writer, editor, and arts worker. He managed Centre for Stories queer storytelling project, Bright Lights, No City, and sits on their Board. Jay has been published by Margaret River Press and is currently completing a Masters at Curtin University.

Headshot photo credit: Luke Riley

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