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About Me

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Alexandra Mushta is a copywriter, editor and proofreader. She also, on occasion, writes non-fiction and, on rarer occasions, fiction. She has a Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Laws from Deakin University, the latter of which will only be used in dire circumstances. After deciding law wasn't for her, Alexandra decided to foray into the publishing world and has an Associate Degree in Professional Writing and Editing from RMIT University. 


For several years, she was a co-host of a radio show on The Pulse. Additionally, she has acted in a radio play titled A Space Called Home. She enjoys cooking, playing board games and diving headfirst into speculative fiction. She is based in Geelong.

She is part of an anthology that will be published in November 2023 titled What You Become: an anthology. She has recently edited A Guide to Australian Bullion Hallmarks & Counterstamps.

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What happens when change is inevitable?
You fear. You deny.
You revolt. You choose.
You evolve. You accept. You embrace.
Journey through the works of forty-six writers from RMIT University as they search for answers in this thought-provoking anthology.
Each story traces a new path. Each ending leads to a question.
How do you live with what you become?


What You Become: an anthology will be released 15 November 2023.

Currently Reading

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My 2023 Reads

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