Carmel Killin is a writer, educator, gardener, disrupter-in-training – driven by principles of sustainability, story telling and good design. Her many years in the tertiary education sector, running a small design business, wwoofing around the country, writing for and volunteering with the Wilderness Society and Renew have lead to enviromental and social justice activism of a gentle persuasion.

Master of Creative Writing (UEA) | Bachelor of Business Communication (QUT) | Natural Building Techniques  (Milkwood) | Design for Sustainable Houses (UTAS) | Community Organising Training (The Wilderness Society) | Environmental Education (CERES) | Complete Urban Farmer (CERES) | Speed Date a Sustainability Expert (Renew)

Founder of the Wild Letter Club (2018) – a craftivist movement to affect environmental change.

Currently immersed in distance education, studying a Diploma of Sustainable Living at University of Tasmania (UTAS).