I'm a writer and environmental historian.

My essays and features have appeared in Griffith Review, Meanjin, Inside Story, Overland, The Guardian, Australian Book Review, The Canberra Times, Wild Magazine and Best Australian Science Writing, among others.

My writing has been shortlisted for the NSW Premier's History Awards, the Eureka Prize for Science Journalism, and the Bragg Prize for Science Writing.

I'm co-editor with Kirsten Wehner and Jenny Newell of the literary anthology, Living with the Anthropocene: Love loss and hope in the face of environmental crisis (NewSouth 2020). More about my work...

Recent articles

Featured, Wild Magazine

Singing cowboys and toxic tents

Many camping tents are treated with toxic flame retardant chemicals. I spoke with Kathmandu, Sea to Summit, OzTent, etc and investigated...


Living with the Anthropocene

Love, loss and hope in the face of environmental crisis edited by Cameron Muir, Kirsten Wehner, Jenny Newell Paperback | Oct 2020 |...

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Blog posts

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Water Walks

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Bragg Prize for Science Writing

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