Jai Moore is a writer, student and pasta enthusiast living in Melbourne.
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In Print

Places where I've appeared on the physical page.

 I had a great time writing this article on the best cheap meals in Footscray, sponsored by  Footscray University Town . This article was published under another name.  Contributing to   Hyde  magazine  while studying helped me push my writing to the next level, especially writing in new areas of expertise.  In 2017,   I wrote some  short fiction  and an article about  female-fronted podcasts  for  Hyde.

I had a great time writing this article on the best cheap meals in Footscray, sponsored by Footscray University Town. This article was published under another name.

Contributing to Hyde magazine while studying helped me push my writing to the next level, especially writing in new areas of expertise.

In 2017, I wrote some short fiction and an article about female-fronted podcasts for Hyde.

 This notice appeared in  Beat  magazine in 2016, adapted from copy I created for  Focused Entertainment  as part of their event marketing. Working with  Beat  was an awesome crash course in the relationship between publications, branding and copywriting. I drafted several press releases and shorter pieces, many of which were published— see the event announcement on Beat.com.au.

This notice appeared in Beat magazine in 2016, adapted from copy I created for Focused Entertainment as part of their event marketing. Working with Beat was an awesome crash course in the relationship between publications, branding and copywriting. I drafted several press releases and shorter pieces, many of which were published—see the event announcement on Beat.com.au.

 Another item in  Hyde  promoted a competition held by the Victoria University Theatre Company, where I managed communications ( see  Backstage  for more  about this role). It was the first media release I wrote outside of the classroom. I used the techniques I learned to communicate with passion and pride.

Another item in Hyde promoted a competition held by the Victoria University Theatre Company, where I managed communications (see Backstage for more about this role). It was the first media release I wrote outside of the classroom. I used the techniques I learned to communicate with passion and pride.