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Nicole Sinclair

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Nicole Sinclair’s short fiction and non-fiction has appeared in the Review of Australian Fiction, Westerly, indigo Journal and Award Winning Australian Writing, and also forms part of the artworks along Busselton Jetty. Her short stories have won the Katharine Susannah Prichard Short Fiction Award and the Down South Writers Competition. Bloodlines is Nicole’s first novel and was shortlisted for the City of Fremantle 2014 TAG Hungerford Award. Nicole has lived and worked in Papua New Guinea and now lives in the south-west of Western Australia with her husband and two (very young) daughters.

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Mar
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Do you struggle to carve out distraction free writing time? Are you looking for a safe group environment to work on your writing? Would you like to meet other writers in your community? Then this group is for you! Book Online
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Mar
13
Bring a picnic, hear from two trained storytellers, and mingle with members of your community—all in your local area of Subiaco! Book Online
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13
Bring a picnic, hear from three trained storytellers, and mingle with members of your community—all in your local area of Falcon! Book Online
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Mar
13
Bring a picnic, hear from two trained storytellers, and mingle with members of your community—all in your local area of South Fremantle! Book Online
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