Francesca Rendle-Short is co-founder of the non/fictionLab research group in the School of Media and Communication at RMIT University. She was co-director with David Carlin and Adrian Miles from 2011-2017.
The non/fictionLab is a research centre for scholars, writers and creative practitioners. We experiment with contemporary realities through story, dialogue, poetics and partnerships.
We foster collaborative research projects in partnership with fellow scholars and artists, and with industries and communities, local and international. We provide support for emerging researchers and a growing community of research students.
non/fiction Lab helps create events, projects, programs and public presentations that feature a diverse range of local and international writers, artists and academics.
You can find out more about non/fictionLab’s projects and events on Twitter, Instagram or by visiting the nonfictionLab website for more information.
— Image from left Brigid Magner, Bonny Cassidy, Jessica Wilkinson, Adrian Miles, Hannah Brasier, Ali Barker, Francesca Rendle-Short, Robin Hemley, David Carlin