A photo of Michelle Law (Photo by Tammy Law)

Michelle Law is a freelance writer based in Sydney, Australia. She writes for print, film and television, and theatre. She is the co-author of the comedy book, Sh*t Asian Mothers Say, and has had her work anthologised in books like Women of Letters, Best Australian Comedy Writing, and Destroying the Joint. Some of the places she’s written for include the Sydney Morning Herald, frankie magazine, Daily Life, and the Griffith Review. As a screenwriter, she has received an Australian Writer’s Guild AWGIE award for her interactive media work, and had her films screened on the ABC and at film festivals locally and abroad. She has also been a recipient of the Queensland Premier's Young Publishers and Writers Award. Her debut play Single Asian Female was staged at La Boite Theatre Company and Belvoir Street Theatre to sold out audiences. Homecoming Queens, the web series she co-created, co-wrote and stars in premiered on SBS On Demand this year—the first online series commissioned by SBS. She is currently working on the feature film adaptation of Alice Pung's young adult novel Laurinda. 

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