I am an award-winning playwright and non-award-winning dramaturg.

This year I developed my play Was This The Face through the Women’s Circus A Room of One’s Own residency program. Poona, my interactive-political-robot-dramedy and collaboration with Roshelle Fong, was presented as part of Next Wave Festival. My werewolf play Total Eclipse of the Heart was shortlisted for the Martin-Lysicrates Prize. And my essay Birth Planning for Dramaturgs: A Guide to Theatrical Midwifery was published by The Centre for Dramaturgy and Curation as part of their Manuals for Dramaturgy Series.

I’m currently writing a vampire thing for Malthouse.

My sci fi Control is published by Currency Press.
You can buy a copy online via Australian Plays or in person from Readings or Red Stitch.


keziahwarner [at] gmail [dot] com

KEY-zee-uh, rhymes with breezier.

I’m originally from Birmingham, formerly London and Auckland, currently Naarm/Melbourne. I live on the unceded land of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. I pay my respects to their elders past, present and emerging.