Bio

Oliver Mol is a Sydney-based writer. He is the editor of The Adventure Handbook. He is 26. He grew up between America and Australia. He has lived in Houston, Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. He was the recipient of a 2014 ArtStart Grant, the co-winner of the 2013 Scribe Nonfiction Prize for Young Writers and the recipient of a 2012 Hot Desk Fellowship. He has appeared at Emerging Writers Festival and Melbourne Writers Festival. He has read creative nonfiction at the Museum of Contemporary Art. He has interned at The Lifted Brow, was a fiction editor at Voiceworks and is part of the Stilts Collective. His debut book "Lion Attack!" will be out through Scribe Publications early 2015. He is excited about life.

Contact: oli.rob.ver@gmail.com
Contact: oliver@theadventurehandbook.com
Tweet: @Oliver_Mol

Things

right now p much publishing everything straight 2 facebook. i wanna reach people who don't think they like reading. i want people who've never been "readers" to enjoy words. to read something and be like: woah. shit. cool. and then to maybe laugh/cry. i don't know. you can add me on facebook if you want to read my things. mostly everything from 2014 that i publish on facebook will go into my next book, i think.

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Books

Mol, O. (2015). Lion Attack!. Scribe Publications. Forthcoming May 2015.

Nonfiction

Mol, O. (2014). Psychological Shopping: Harvey Norman. Going Down Swinging: The Blue Corner.
Mol, O. (2014). I Bet You're Wondering How Everything Fits Together, Like, I Bet You Think About That A Lot. Thin Walls Press.
Mol, O. (2014). Where Those In The Know Go Snowboarding In Japan. The Courier Mail.
Mol, O. (2014). Psychological Shopping: Target. Going Down Swinging: The Blue Corner.
Mol, O. (2014). Watching Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives In This New House I Just Moved Into In Darlinghurst. Fireflies.
Mol, O. (2014). Somehow I Co-won The Scribe Nonfiction Prize For Young Writers And I Feel So Much I Could Burst. Island Magazine..
Mol, O. (2014) Things I've Thought Or Have Happened At About 2am Mostly In Brisbane Between 2006 - 2007. Scum Mag
Mol, O. (2014). Two People Write Letters to each Other about Things That Happen While They are Travelling in Different Countries Even Though, Sometimes, Not a Lot Actually Happens: Part IV. Going Down Swinging: The Blue Corner.
Mol, O. (2014). Whack, Whack. The Lifted Brow, Digital Edition, Volume 7, Issue 1.
Mol, O. (2014). Two People Write Letters to each Other about Things That Happen While They are Travelling in Different Countries Even Though, Sometimes, Not a Lot Actually Happens: Part III. Going Down Swinging: The Blue Corner.
Mol, O. (2014). Two People Write Letters to each Other about Things That Happen While They are Travelling in Different Countries Even Though, Sometimes, Not a Lot Actually Happens: Part II. Going Down Swinging: The Blue Corner.
Mol, O. (2014). Two People Write Letters to each Other about Things That Happen While They are Travelling in Different Countries Even Though, Sometimes, Not a Lot Actually Happens: Part I. Going Down Swinging: The Blue Corner.
Mol, O. (2014). Literary Cities: Luang Prabang and Vientiane. The Writers Bloc.
Mol, O. (2014). What I'm Reading. Meanjin Blog.
Mol, O. (2014). You Can Smile But It Doesn't Actually Mean Anything. The Writers Bloc.
Mol, O. (2013). Centre For Style X Jack Dunbar, Interview by Oliver Mol. Oyster Mag.
Mol, O. (2013). Oliver Mol Recommends: Learning Things From Jobs. The Lifted Brow, issue 19.
Mol, O. (2013). ASK SPOOK: DOES SEX GET BETTER? Spook Mag.
Mol, O. (2013). Hot Desk Fellowship Reflection. Virgule.
Mol, O. (2012). The Desexualization Of The Female Wrist. Thought Catalog.
Mol, O. (2011). Little Narratives. Bbetween Journal, Issue 4, 12

Fiction

Mol, O. (2014). They Could Bring Wine If They Wanted ;). Tiny Owl. (Forthcoming).
Mol, O. (2013). Cuckoo, Cuckoo. For Every Year.
Mol, O. (2013). When It Was Cold But Not Too Cold. Going Down Swinging, issue 35.
Mol, O. (2013). Good Times. The 2013 RMIT Anthology.
Mol, O. (2013). Sometimes Things Are Broken. Bumf.
Mol, O. (2013). When America Could Hold Its Breath For Hours. Higher Arc, issue 3.
Mol, O. (2013). Deception Bay. Voiceworks, issue 93.
Mol, O. (2013). Dogs Are The Most #YOLO Animal. House of Bricks Zine.
Mol, O. (2013). From Brisbane to Melbourne. RMIT O-Book.
Mol, O. (2013). There Is The Vague Memory of Strike Bowling, part 3. Scum Mag.
Mol, O. (2013). There Is The Vague Memory of Strike Bowling, part 2. Scum Mag.
Mol, O. (2013). There Is The Vague Memory of Strike Bowling, part 1. Scum Mag.
Mol, O. (2012). Ratty Hair. Seizure. Flashers.
Mol, O. (2012). Lettuce Party. Seizure. Moonvella.
Mol, O. (2012). The Aliens Are Already Here. Little Spines. The RMIT Creative Writing Anthology.
Mol, O. (2012). Dear Small Screen Video: Part IV. Stilts Blog.
Mol, O. (2012). Dear Small Screen Video: Part III. Stilts Blog.
Mol, O. (2012). Dear Small Screen Video: Part II. Stilts Blog.
Mol, O. (2012). Dear Small Screen Video: Part I. Stilts Blog
Mol, O. (2012). Australia Day. Voiceworks, issue 89.
Mol, O. (2012). Cunt Angel. Voiceworks, issue 88.
Mol, O. (2012). Lauren. Stilts Journal, issue 2, 24-30.
Mol, O. (2011). Sam. Voiceworks, issue 87.
Mol, O. (2011). Letter to Yarra Trams. Offset No.11, 59-62.

Other

Campbell, S. (2014). Press Room Interviews: Oliver Mol.National Young Writers Festival.
Jones, E.M. (2014). Review: Microfictions. MWF.
Sullivan, V. (2014). Adventures In Reality With Oliver Mol. Kill Your Darlings.
Edraki, F. (2014). Writers Workspace Series: Oliver Mol. Writers Bloc.
O'Donnell, V. (2014). Interview: The Complete Oliver Mol. ArtsHub, Arts Alive.
Allen, J. (2014). Interview: Hello, My Name Is Oliver. RMIT Catalyst, 32-33.