Emilia Terzon has been ranting to anybody who’ll listen since she first learnt to speak. This being the age of 3, she was a touch developmentally delayed – but legend is she simply couldn’t get a word in edgeways until then (ranting is a condition passed down on the mother’s side).
Two decades later, she’s found a way to get paid for this ability… at least some of the time. Alongside studying political science and then a journalism Masters, she ended up working through her early 20s on an ADD-inspiring variety of mediums, including radio, magazine publishing, and even pop culture.
Today, she works as a print journalist, produces and presents radio, and makes snide comments about pollies through to fashion designers in her spare time. Her passions include writing, social justice issues, cooking bad vegetarian food, and buying crocheted clothing that smells like mothballs.