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First Nations Write Night

Our First Nations and Friends Write Night is an opportunity to celebrate First Nations stories and storytellers and write in safe, collaborative space.


Mar 22, 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Centre for Stories

Our monthly First Nations Write Night is an opportunity for First Nations people and their friends of all backgrounds to come together to develop their writing alongside one another.

Through an informal conversation we discuss a selected book each month, explore its themes and draw inspiration from them as we work on own writing. All writing styles and forms are welcome – poetry, fiction, memoir, screenplays, etc. People will have the opportunity to share their progress with the group and receive feedback.

Everyone is welcome to attend this safe, collaborative space. You can bring your own snacks or dinner to eat during our break.

This session will be facilitated by Casey Mulder and Luisa Mitchell. The selected text for this month is Ghost Bird by Lisa Fuller; it is not essential to have read the text beforehand as we will be reading an excerpt together before our discussion.


Ghost Bird is a wonderfully original, spooky, and action-packed YA debut novel.

“Remember daughter, the world is a lot bigger than anyone knows. There are things that science may never explain. Maybe some things that shouldn’t be explained.”

Stacey and Laney are twins – mirror images of each other – and yet they’re as different as the sun and the moon. But when Laney disappears one night, Stacey can’t believe she’s just run off without telling her.

As the days pass and Laney doesn’t return, Stacey starts dreaming of her twin. The dreams are dark and terrifying, difficult to understand and hard to shake, but at least they tell Stacey one key thing – Laney is alive.  Stacey is the only one who can find her sister. Will she find her in time?


Bring a notebook/pad and pens, or laptop to write. You are welcome to bring your own dinner/snacks.


Central Perth Train Station is a 10 minute walk from Centre for Stories. The closest parking is at 6-8 Errichetti Place at Wilson Parking.

Centre for Stories is a wheelchair-accessible building.


  • First Nations Write Night March


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