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Journal is an online column hosted by the Centre for Stories, made possible with funding from the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, Copyright Agency, and our Founders Circle.
The Centre for Stories wouldn’t be here if it weren’t for the many people putting in hours of time to make us the best we can be. Giving time is so valuable to us, and we’re so thankful to those who continuously give their time to us. From volunteers, to staff, to mentors and passionate followers—we are a product of your time.
We want our Chinese-Australian and Asian-Australian neighbours to know that we stand with them.
Today we're asking you to reach out to those in your local networks to help them out.
#GivingTuesdayNow is a global response to the unprecedented need caused by COVID-19.
You know we love stories. Today, as we head into our final week of fundraising for our Creative Partnerships Australia Plus 1 campaign, we thought we’d tell you ours.
These poems are about places that are very special to me. In the recent weeks, I have been reflecting on the many streets I have wandered. I thought a lot about being the same person in different places, or a different person in the same place.
Karen Escobar moved to Australia from Columbia when she was nine. She is in her final year of her Law/Arts (Journalism) Degree at Notre Dame University and is the events coordinator for PEN Perth.
Reaching out from homes to each other. Bringing a sense of joy and inspiration through poetry.
SFF Collective facilitator and past recipient of the Centre for Stories Inclusion Matters Hot Desk Fellowship, Prema Arasu, brings you a list of suggested books to read during quarantine.
LIMINAL and Centre for Stories bring you a print journal of interviews with Perth artists, writers, and thinkers. Available now to purchase.
Hosted by Vuma Phiri and Gisele Ishimwe, the AfroHeritage Book Club is a response to the single narrative that continues to limit Africa to dangerous and insulting stereotypes.
A photograph of a book cover. It is black and white with a church and young boy playing out the front.
Feb
25
Join us for the launch of Alf Taylor's landmark memoir, 'God, the Devil, and Me'. Book Online
A graphic illustration of a yellow BBQ against a bright blue background
Mar
6
Bring a picnic, hear from two trained storytellers, and mingle with members of your community—all in your local area of Hamersley! Book Online
An illustration of a saussage sizzle against a bright pink background.
Mar
6
Bring a picnic, hear from two trained storytellers, and mingle with members of your community—all in your local area of Midland! Book Online
An illustration of a black chicken pecking on the ground. The background is bright green.
Mar
6
Bring a picnic, hear from two trained storytellers, and mingle with members of your community—all in your local area of North Perth! Book Online
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