Letti is a published freelance journalist with a special interest in the Arts and cultural criticism.
Now based in Kaurna Yerta (Adelaide) she is originally from the traditional lands of the Boandik people – Mount Gambier and the South Western Victorian Coast.
Letti is currently undertaking a Bachelor of Media with a major in journalism at the University of Adelaide.
She has written for local online and print magazines Yewth, CityMag, and Adelaide Review. Letti is a contributor at Edinburgh-based magazine Fest, covering both local and international artists and acts during Adelaide Fringe Festival, Adelaide Festival, and beyond.
Since having her poetry published in Chicago-based magazine Hooligan Mag, she has exhibited written poetry works locally at Adelaide Fringe Festival as a collaborative effort. She has also published personal nonfiction for University of Adelaide magazine, On Dit.
Outside of working and studying, Letti volunteers at Radio Adelaide as a producer for the Breakfast team, and borrows more books from her local library than she can read.
Letti is open to freelance writing opportunities. You can connect with her through email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Letti would like to acknowledge she lives and works on Kaurna Land. This country belongs to the Kaurna people who are the true custodians of this land. Kaurna Yerta and the country belonging to the Boandik people were stolen, never ceded.