Rozanna Lilley has worked as a social anthropologist and autism researcher at universities in Australia and Hong Kong. She has published creative nonfiction and poetry in national newspapers, literary journals and edited collections. She has two PhDs (Social Anthropology and Early Childhood). Her most recent book is a memoir, Do Oysters Get Bored? A Curious Life. Through personal essays and poetry, the book explores the intersections between her own childhood and adolescent experiences and perceptions and those of her highly imaginative son, Oscar, diagnosed with autism.