MICHELLE LAW is a writer working across film, television, and print. She is the co-author of the comedy book Sh*t Asian Mothers Say and has had her writing anthologised in books like Best Australian Comedy Writing, Women of Letters and Destroying the Joint. Some of the places she’s written for include The Sydney Morning Herald, Frankie Magazine and the Griffith Review. She has won an Australian Writers’ Guild AWGIE award for her screenwriting work, and her films have screened on the ABC, as well as at festivals locally and abroad (St Kilda Film Festival, BAPFF, Flickerfest, LA Shorts Fest, INPUT). Some of the television shows she’s worked on include Get Krack!n, The Family Law, and the upcoming Homecoming Queens, a web series that she co-created, co-wrote and stars in that aired on SBS in 2018. She has been a recipient of the Queensland Premier’s Young Publishers and Writers Award and has been a runner-up in the Qantas SOYA Written Word category. Law graduated with a Bachelor of Creative Industries (majoring in Creative Writing) from the Queensland University of Technology, and has also studied at The Second City in Chicago and the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York. She is a prolific speaker and has presented at events such as TEDxSouthBank, Sydney Writers Festival and Vivid Festival. Single Asian Female is her debut play.