Sharona writes about everything, especially music, culture and the world.
She founded and edited Australian culture website Pop Culture-y and wrote extensively about comedy, television, film, games and theatre, before it was sold and rebranded as Independent Arts Journal.
Sharona has written about music for Tone Deaf, The Music, Junkee, GOAT, The RiotACT and BMA Magazine (where she was also the food columnist, and did a stint as their sub-editor). She has interviewed acts like Glass Animals, Rick Astley, fun., Ball Park Music and Kwame.
She has written about Australian gothic television, toxic fandom in Star Wars, hitchhiking around New Zealand, and the false promise of multiculturalism in Australia. She has written about history for children’s magazine Historicool, about writing for Writers Bloc, and about the notion of authentic food for SBS.
She worked in community radio and television for four years, and has shared her music writing knowledge through workshops for Girls Write Up and CBR DIG. She enjoys outdoor adventures, eating, reading, and performing in live, improv, comedy roleplaying show Roll for Intelligence.