Chloe Komesarook is an emerging writer originally from Washington DC, USA, who moved to Melbourne to study Creative Writing at RMIT. Her work has been published in the Bowen Street Press Review, The Adelaide Literary Magazine, and recently, Voiceworks. Titled ‘A Summary of Parts’, it is a receipt of body parts, a small critique, and exploration of Marxist theory and literature, balanced against sustainability and alcoholism.
She is currently developing her nonfiction portfolio which should be completed by the end of the year. She is a die-hard flash fiction and memoir fan but also hopes to create a longer-form fiction work over the next year. Many of her pieces tend to come from domestic spaces, whether a lampshade with a weird memory attached to it or a death in the family that flashes from the floorboards.