Cameron Hindrum is a writer, poet, playwright and teacher, based in Launceston. Since 2003, he has coordinated the annual Tasmanian Poetry Festival, and for nearly 20 years he has organised spoken word events, readings, literary events and poetry slams for a variety of organisations, including the Australian Poetry Slam, Tasmanian Living Writers Week, the Tasmanian Writers Centre and the Junction Arts Festival.
Cameron’s novel, The Blue Cathedral (Forty South Books), was published in late 2011, and this was followed in 2012 with two volumes of poetry, Private Conversations Volumes 1 and 2 (Another Lost Shark and Walleah Press respectively). He completed an MA in Creative Writing in 2013, a residential fellowship at Varuna in NSW during January 2016, and is continuing work on a Doctorate in Creative Arts through the University of Wollongong, for which he is working on his second novel. Cameron is also a Tasmanian Writers Centre Board member.