Fiona Scott-Norman is a writer, comedian and cabaret director who lives in inner-city Melbourne with her eight heritage bantam chickens. Fiona got her first flock in 2012, jumping on board the backyard chicken train without a clue what she was doing. Three flocks, two visits from Ms Fox, and one disastrous restocking (where all the chickens HATED each other) later, she's seasoned. Chickens aside, Fiona has had a long, shimmering career as a writer, social commentator and arts journalists. She has written for The Age and The Australian, as well as for TV comedies Back Berner and Comedy Company, and has also written three books. www.instagram.com/thischickenlife Ilana Rose, photojournalist and photographer, is renowned for her documentation of gritty subcultures and her passion for social justice. She's photographed rock stars, drag queens and graffiti gangs. She has worked on long-term projects documenting Indigenous justice programs and the plight of Melbourne's homeless community, and has travelled widely telling stories of the world's poor and disenfranchised. She's done everything. She's been everywhere. She's fearless, intrepid and has a keen nose for a story.