Jasmine Crittenden is a journalist, content writer, copy writer and writing coach.

Her stories have appeared in KrisFlyer (Singapore Airlines), Los Angeles Times Travel Plus, Pacific (P & O Cruises), From The Bridge (CruiseCo), Produce (Westpac), Art of Money (GE Money), Grey Is The New Black (Suncorp), Get Moving (BT Financial Group), The Music and Jazz Australia.

Jasmine is also the author of The Hunt Guide: Sydney (Gatehouse Publishing), a guide to the city’s best independent restaurants, bars, cafes, shops, live music venues and art galleries.

At present, she writes regularly for Concrete Playground, Discover Parramatta, Metro film and media magazine, Screen Education and several leading agencies, including Edge, The Dubs and Ink. Previously, she worked as a Senior Writer at Music Australia and as a columnist at Drum Media.

Jasmine holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) (1st Class) in English Literature and Modern History from the University of Sydney and a Master of Arts in Writing from the University of Technology, Sydney.

2017 – Women On Writing Summer Flash Fiction Contest, Finalist

2016 – Writer-In-Residence, Bundanon Trust

2012 – Panelist, Conversations over Jazz Writing, Capital Jazz Project

2006 – Fellowship of Australian Writers Short Story Competition, Second Prize

2006 – Fellowship of Australian Writers Short Story Competition, Highly Commended

2005 – Australian National Jazz Writing Awards, Finalist