Lucy Dougan

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Lucy Dougan has been published in a range of journals both here and overseas, and has had work represented in many anthologies. She has worked in arts administration, as a tertiary teacher of creative writing, literature and film, and as poetry editor of HEAT magazine and Axon: Creative Explorations. She has collaborated on several public art projects with the sculptors Nicole and Alec Mickle. She currently works as Program Director for the China-Australia Writing Centre at Curtin. Her PhD, concerning representation of Naples, was awarded in 2010. The Guardians won the WA Premier’s Prize for Poetry in 2016.

An illustration of many people enjoying food at a table
Jul
25
A monthly dinner and storytelling event designed to make you think deeply about social issues. Book Online
A photo of a wooden desk. On the desk is a plant in a grey pot, a stack of books, a ceramic cup, some notebooks and pens.
Aug
5
An opportunity for Perth creatives to work alongside like-minded people in a welcoming and collaborative environment. Book Online
Illustration of two hands. One hand is holding an envelope while the other writes on the back of it.
Aug
5
A letter writing night on the first Monday of each month brought to you by PEN Perth. Book Online
A group of people sitting at desks looking at a person teaching
Aug
6
Highly experienced WA playwright Hellie Turner invites you to engage with her in a lively 7 week workshop, designed to assist you to construct & write a dramatic monologue centred on a ‘defining event or issue’ from your life story. Book Online
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