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Amy Lin

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Amy Lin is a Perth-based writer and lawyer. She completed a PhD at the University of Western Australia, where her research focused on the work of mid-century Australian poets – Francis Webb, Bruce Beaver, and Michael Dransfield. Amy has published poems, essays, reviews, and interviews with Westerly, Cordite, Axon, Australian Book Review, Centre for Stories and others. She has edited for Westerly, Enchanting Verses, Limina and Axon, and has performed her poetry at Perth Writers Festival, Voicebox, and Sturmfrei Poetry Night. Amy works as a Governance Advisor in the Local Government sector, and is a mentor for the Centre for Stories ‘Inclusion Matters’ project.

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Sep
25
This workshop will cover classic and contemporary texts with a view to understanding how privilege and colonialism operate and how to critique those in your own writing. Book Online
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Sep
29
In this interactive workshop, award-winning Young Adult author Holden Sheppard will explore the nuances of writing full-length works of fiction in the YA category. Book Online
Sep
29
Poetry Workshop is a safe and dynamic space where you can craft your poetry and offer feedback to other poets. Hosted by Siobhan Hodge. Book Online
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Sep
30
Readings that disrupt and challenge the status quo, and provide new perspectives. Book Online
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