Camha Pham is an experienced accredited freelance editor (Institute of Professional Editors), with over 9 years of experience in the publishing industry. She worked as a Development Editor at Oxford University Press before going freelance, and has since worked on copyediting and proofreading projects for publishers including Hachette, Allen & Unwin, UQP, Hardie Grant, Magabala Books, Wiley and Pearson, among others. She currently sits on the Editorial Board of Portside Review and was previously on the Editorial Board of Margaret River Press. She also works in the industry as a mentor and peer assessor, and has conducted workshops for Sweatshop and the Centre for Stories. She is co-founder of the FNPOC in Publishing Network along with Radhiah Chowdhury and Grace Lucas-Pennington.
Camha’s writing has appeared in The Huffington Post, Kill Your Darlings, SBS Life, Frankie, Centre for Stories, and elsewhere. Her short story, ‘Paper Cranes’, was commended in the 2020 Hunter Writers Centre Newcastle Short Story Award.
Please get in touch at camha.pham [at] gmail.com
I live, work and play on the lands of the Wurundjeri and Bunurong peoples of the Kulin Nation and would like to pay my respects to their Elders, past and present. Sovereignty was never ceded. It always was, and always will be, Aboriginal land.