Holly Zwalf is a writer and podcaster with a background in screenwriting, performance poetry, cabaret, stand-up comedy, and freelance writing for a variety of online magazines. She's a queer solo parent by choice who lives in the bush in regional Queensland with her wild child. She's recently created a podcast called Dangerous Women, about influential women in Queensland's history, for the Qld State Library. Her queer comedy series Breeders was selected for SBS/Screen Australia's Digital Originals in 2018, and in 2020 she was a Queensland state finalist for AFTRS and Screen Australia’s Talent Camp. Her documentary Tea Change was one of six projects shortlisted for OutHere, a Channel Ten and Screen Australia regional LGBTQ+ documentary initiative. In her spare time, of which she has none, she's also the coordinator of Rainbow Families Qld.