I’m a writer and former journalist who arrived in Melbourne, Australia, at the end of 2019 on the heels of the bushfires and just before the Coronavirus pandemic hit our shores. Prior to this move, I spent three years in Sydney's northern beaches. Between 2010 and 2016 I spent nearly seven years in New York City after 'winning' the Green Card lottery in 2010 (read an account here.)
While in New York, I played in a band called Clairaudience with my husband Danny and a few friends — Heidi, Kerrii and Franzi —and we did regular gigs around the city. Check out our stuff here.
My work has appeared in the aforementioned DNAinfo.com New York, as well as in Quartz, Salon, amNewYork, Newsday, Publishers Weekly, Splitopia and MindBodyGreen. Closer to home, I've been published in The Wentworth Courier, The North Shore Times, The Mosman Daily, The Australian Financial Review, The Australian newspaper, The Australian Women's Weekly, The Daily Telegraph newspaper, The Herald Sun newspaper, produced for ABC's Radio National, worked at SBS and also worked for a number of other publications over the years. I was thrilled to be a finalist in Better Read than Dead's Winter Writing Competition 2018, and to have my work published in their anthology "In the Depths of Winter".
I am currently studying for a Master of Creative Writing, Publishing and Editing at The University of Melbourne.
Ways to Go is an interview series about finding your passion, making it your purpose and even your livelihood.
You'll find interviews with musicians, designers, filmmakers, artists, athletes and more popping up on Ways to Go.
Clairaudience is the name of my band. I play drums. We've performed around Brooklyn and Downtown New York City.
We also did a tour to beautiful Rhode Island. Find us on Facebook too.
Stanroria In The World
Is the name of my writing blog. It's where I put things that have no other home.
Check it out here.
carolinejumpertz (at) me (dot) com
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