I am a twice-published fiction novelist. The Mag Hags was released by Random House. It was shortlisted for The New South Wales Premier’s Award for Young Adult Fiction. Pan McMillan published The Adventures of Stunt Boy and his Amazing Wonder Dog Blindfold in April 2014. It was Australian Children’s Book Council Notable Book and highly commended at the Davitt Awards for Crime Fiction.

My third novel, The Nine Months, Three Weeks & Five Days That I was Famous will be released in 2018.

I’m also an internationally published freelance journalist. I write about life and all that it encompasses: sex, art, culture, travel, health, relationships, psychology, celebrity, profiles and interviews, think pieces,  well being, first-person pieces, interiors, in-depth reports and investigations, technology, business, and health. My work has appeared in Marie Claire, Elle, news.com.au, whimn.com.au, dailylife.com.au, Conde Nast Traveler, British Airway’s High Life, Grazia, Virgin Voyeur, The Sunday Telegraph, The Mirror, Red, news.com.au, The Sun, Company, Women’s Health, Cosmopolitan, Cleo, New Idea, bmwartguide.com, pamono.com, and independentcollectors.com. 

As a copywriter, I have written for M.A.C Cosmetics, Google Pixel 3 at Sculpture By The Sea, Tap Talk, The Spa at the Q Hotel, Berlinagenten and Apollo TV.

A Quick Round Of Lollie Barr, Fact Or Fiction?

What do you think? Fact or fiction. Click to find out.


#1. I once found my name on a comedy name website.

#2. I trained as a trapeze artist with Spaghetti Circus.

#3. I have appeared on the same stage with Radiohead and U2.

#4. I have just one degree of separation from an astronaut. Which means you are just two degrees away.

#5. I went to Picnic Point High School.

#6. I sang on the vocals on the chill out hit Interstellar by Parallel

#7. My alter ego is Fifi La Muff. She plays the guitar upside down in a red catsuit.