My name is Dan. I was born at an early age and unfortunately I think I might be a writer.
Ummm. What else is there? Flavoured milk?
I can edit PDFs and I never look directly at the sun.
I know how to drive and the only horse i’ve ever ridden was a clothes horse and let me tell you: skateboards are like life-size tech decks.
Don’t eat yoghurt in the wind.
Dan Hogan is a writer from San Remo. They presently live in Sydney where they work as the Program Officer at Writing NSW and as a primary school teacher. In their spare time, Dan is the director of Subbed In—an independent literary organisation and small press. Dan is also the managing editor and publisher of Subbed In's online magazine imprint, Ibis House.
Dan's poetry, non-fiction, and fiction have appeared in places in Australia and abroad including: Meanjin, The Lifted Brow, Overland, Cordite, Voiceworks, the Guardian, Sydney Morning Herald, and Scum, among others. They have read their work at more than 80 events and conducted various workshops and learning experiences for children and adults. Dan's CV is available upon request.
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Dan's pronouns are they/them. Find them on twitter @packetofchips
Your name is Dan. You were born at an early age and since then have been moving from birthday to birthday. You have a cat named Egg. Often you catch yourself wondering who on Earth would name their child 'Slimer'?