Gabriella Munoz

Health, science, lifestyle, art, reviews and parenthood.

I’m Gabriella Munoz, a freelance journalist and editor who has a weakness for languages, stringing words together, films, and coffee.

Since moving to Australia almost seven years ago, I’ve worked as editor, copy editor, feature writer or freelancer for publications including Science Illustrated, ScienceAlert, Shape, Soap World and Little Angel.

Before moving to Australia, I worked for some of the most renowned publishing houses in America, including Televisa Publishing and Rodale International. For more than a decade, I edited or wrote for international publications such as Prevention, Cosmopolitan, CinePremiere, Switch, CineXs and Muy Interesante.

As a lifestyle journalists, I’ve also had the opportunity to interview John Travolta, Nicolas Cage, Alfonso Cuaron, Robert Plan, Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Paris Hilton, Joaquin Phoenix, and Geddy Lee, among others.

I hold a degree in English Literature and completed a Graduate Diploma in Children’s and YA Literature. My first children’s play, The Yellow Castle’s Elf (2002, Fundacion Nemi), is still running and promotes reading among primary school children. My poetry was featured in the anthology The flower and The Snake (2001).

My reviews have appeared in The Review Review, Writers’ Bloc and Nexos, and my short stories and poems have been published in several literary magazines.

I specialise in lifestyle pieces, profiles, health, beauty, science writing, and investigative journalism,
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Notes on motherhood #1
gabmunoz.comArticle
Notes on motherhood #1
May, 18 2017
Theory of Giant Peach is Wrong
wonderofscience.com.auArticle
Theory of Giant Peach is Wrong
January, 7 2013
Discovering Australia’s own sea turtle
scienceillustrated.com.auArticle
Discovering Australia’s own sea turtle
May, 14 2012
Where Beautiful Writing Converges
thereviewreview.netArticle
Where Beautiful Writing Converges
Scientists discover a hidden ‘guest’ in Picasso’s The Blue Room
sciencealert.comArticle
Scientists discover a hidden ‘guest’ in Picasso’s The Blue Room
June, 20 2014
Mobile phones are a window to the germs that live in your body
sciencealert.comArticle
Mobile phones are a window to the germs that live in your body
June, 26 2014
Cooking makes you healthier
scienceillustrated.com.auArticle
Cooking makes you healthier
May, 16 2012
This is what happens in your brain when you’re writing
sciencealert.comArticle
This is what happens in your brain when you’re writing
July, 11 2014
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