George Haddad is an award-winning writer and artist practicing on Gadigal land whose work explores masculinities and the limitations of language in communicating truths. His upcoming novel Losing Face will be published by UQP in 2022. Haddad is currently a doctoral candidate and sessional tutor at the Writing and Society Research Centre, Western Sydney University.

2016 Viva La Novella
2018 Neilma Sidney

Second City — Sydney Review of Books, 2021
Queerness, form and time — TEXT, 2021
The Way the Wheel of Fortune Spins — Sydney Review of Books, 2021
Just Friends — Sydney Review of Books, 2020
Uprooted — Sydney Review of Books, 2020
Kátharsis — Overland issue 235, 2019 (winner of the Neilma Sidney prize)
Of Cyber Rats and Men — Runway Magazine, 2018
Queer Vessels — Runway Magazine, 2018
Lysergia review — Un Magazine, 2018
Broken Zippers — Overland issue 227, 2017
Teratoma — The Lifted Brow issue 31, 2016
Populate and Perish — Brio, 2016 (winner of the Viva La Novella prize)
Labour of Laugh — Seizure Magazine, 2016

Tip of the Tongue — Firstdraft, 2020
Occupy and Echo (a stage) — ReadingRoom, 2020
Do you hear the people sing? — Metro Arts, 2019
Les Misérables '18 — Kudos, 2018

Western Sydney University – Humanities tutor
Varuna – The Writer's Process: Queer Backyards with George Haddad
The Writing Zone (Writing and Society Research Centre) – Mentor
Matrix Education – English teacher

Western Sydney University – Doctor of Creative Arts (ongoing)
University of Melbourne – Master of Creative Writing, Publishing and Editing
Western Sydney University – Bachelor of Arts: English, Text and Writing
AWARD School – Copywriting and Art Directing mentorship