Olivia Muscat

Actor, Children’s Literature, Facilitator, Fiction, Memoir, Non-fiction, Speaker, Writer
  • Pronouns: She/Her
  • Location: Melbourne


Olivia Muscat writes about disability, the arts and random things that pop into her head. Her writing features in the anthologies Meet Me at the Intersection, Women of a Certain Rage, and Growing Up Disabled in Australia. She has written theatre criticism for Witness Performance, and has presented work at the Emerging Writers’ Festival and National Young Writers’ Festival.

She has been published in various places around the internet. In 2020 she was awarded the Lesley Hall scholarship to work on her novel for younger readers, and in 2021 she was runner up in the Kill Your Darlings new critic award. When not writing, she is an accessibility consultant for artists and arts organisations, teaches drama and writing to kids and teenagers, and co-presents the YA Page writers’ community events.