Chezdon Mitchell is an Australian-American author of LGBT literary fiction, currently based in Brighton, UK. He briefly attended the University of Melbourne, but decided to follow his passion working in Information Security and Travelling in Europe instead of wasting time studying at University.

Chezdon’s work is heavily influenced by his experiences growing up as a gay teenager in Australia and his observations of the LGBT community. He has been praised for his ability to tackle complex social issues with sensitivity and depth, and for creating characters that are multi-dimensional and relatable.

Chezdon’s debut novel, “Innocence Waning,” was published in 2019 and received critical acclaim for its vivid portrayal of the challenges of growing up as a gay teenager in Melbourne, where Chezdon was born. The novel explores the lives and loves of a group of teenagers as they navigate the challenges of relationships, family, and society.

Chezdon’s writing is known for its controversial themes and emotionally charged storytelling. He has been described as a rising voice in the LGBT literary community and aspires to be invited to the Melbourne Writers Festival to show off his latest work of literary fiction, Bull Shark.

As a member of the LGBT community himself, Chezdon is committed to creating authentic representations of queer lives and realistic experiences that are usually autobiographical in nature in his writing. This approach sets his work apart from others writing in the genre. His work is a celebration of the resilience of the LGBT community, and call for greater understanding and acceptance of all people.