Brodie Lancaster is a Melbourne-based editor and writer whose work explores pop culture, feminism and feelings. Her writing has been featured in magazines, books and websites including Rookie, Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, Vulture, Jezebel, Smith Journal, The Walkley Magazine and The Pitchfork Review. In 2012, she founded Filmme Fatales, an independent publication exploring the places where film and feminism intersect. It is produced in Melbourne with contributors, readers and stockists all over the world.
Brodie is a senior editor at Melbourne writing studio The Good Copy, she is the managing editor of Rooftop Cinema and a co-ordinator at the annual Independent Photography Festival. In 2015, she delivered a TEDxYouth talk on expectations of and contradictions around women’s likeability on screen.
She is an occasional and mediocre DJ, specialising in packing as many Nicki Minaj guest verses as possible into a set. Her first book—a pop culture memoir called No Way! Okay, Fine—will be released by Hachette in 2017.