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Guy Salvidge’s intermittently award-winning fiction has squirrelled its way into such publications as The Great Unknown, Westerly: New Creative, Award Winning Australian Writing and Stories of Perth. He is a Literary Committee member of the Katharine Susannah Prichard Writers' Centre and has delivered writing workshops at the Out of the Asylum Writers' Group, Fellowship of…

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HM Waugh is an author, environmental scientist and educator with experience presenting to school (K-12) and community groups on topics ranging from conservation to dinosaurs. Her middle grade novel 'The Lost Stone of SkyCity' is out now with Fremantle Press, and she has science non-fiction published in CSIRO's 'Double Helix' magazine and Kings Park's 'For…

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Suzanne wrote her first play at the tender age of nine, as entertainment for her classmates during their sewing lessons... Since those less-than-illustrious beginnings she has practiced and honed her writing for performance techniques; become a published and performed playwright (see https://australianplays.org/playwright/ASC-3369); won numerous grants and accolades for her plays; and passed on her skills…

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Catherine Noske is a writer and academic currently teaching Creative Writing at the University of Western Australia. Her short fiction and poetry has been published both in Australia and overseas, and her novel 'The Salt Madonna' has just been released with Picador (2020). She is also currently serving as the editor of Westerly Magazine (www.westerlymag.com.au).

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Mohammed Massoud Morsi is an Egyptian-Danish-Australian photographer, journalist and writer. His work has been published in all three of his traditional languages. Morsi has a talent for reaching to the heart of existence in a complex world and looks to important questions, finding that which is quintessentially human within much broader struggles. His work is…

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Louise Allan is the author of the bestselling novel, 'The Sisters' Song', which won the Tina Kane Emergent Writer Award in 2018. She was shortlisted for the 2014 City of Fremantle—TAG Hungerford Award, awarded a Varuna Residential Fellowship (2014) and was the Scholarship Writer in Residence at Katharine Susannah Prichard Writers' Centre (2019). Louise lives…

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