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Nisha D’cruz is a poet and storyteller. In 2018, Nisha participated in the Centre for Stories’ Saga Sisterhood project and performed at the Centre for Stories and at the Mapping Melbourne Festival.
Josephine Newman is a Yamatji woman with a passion for writing, sewing, Sci-Fi, and cars (in particular her 30-year-old BMW).
A collaboration to bring stories to new audiences and to foster connections between Perth and the Indian Ocean region.
Tiffany Ko is a writer, the Events Marketing Assistant at Fremantle Press, and a participant in the Inclusion Matters Mentoring Program.
The Centre for Stories is seeking volunteers to assist with our Backstories one-day festival in March 2020.
Join us to learn how Indonesia's female writers explore history, religion, feminist and queer issues, religion and political violence, drawing inspiration from local and Western traditions.
Kosta Lucas is a writer, researcher and educator in countering violent extremism. Kosta is currently a participant in the Inclusion Matters Mentoring Program.
Backstories is stories in our suburbs. It's free, welcoming, and happening on Saturday, 14 March. Supported by DLGSCI and Healthway.
Baran Rostamian is a writer and student studying a degree in English Literature and Law and Society. Baran is currently involved in the Inclusion Matters Mentoring Program.
"I write freelance articles, manage not-for-profit social media, make pickles, borrow books from the library and swim laps at the local pool."
I have been asked many times what it’s like working with Rashida and I tell them two things—that Rashida keeps inviting me over for coffee and baked goods, and that I want to grow up to be her.
Illustration of two hands. One hand is holding an envelope while the other writes on the back of it.
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A letter writing night on the first Monday of each month brought to you by PEN Perth. Book Online
Portraits of four writers in black and white
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This event will highlight the work of female Indonesian writers who have challenged dominant narratives. Join us to learn how they explore history, religion, feminist and queer issues, religion and political violence. Book Online
An illustration of a person with microphones popping out of their head. The words LIT LIVE are surrounded by lightening bolts
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Featuring stories of passion and dispassion, love, loss and mistakes. Book Online
One large quotation mark in pink on a red background
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Reading Your Writing is a workshop to help you overcome the nerves of reading your work to an audience. Book Online
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