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Taya Reid

A portrait of Taya. She is smiling at the camera. She is wearing a black leather jacket and has lovely long wavy dark brown hair.

Taya Reid is a professional storyteller, writer and photographer on Whadjuk Noongar Boodja. She was recently awarded as one of Centre for Stories’ 2022 Writing Fellows.

Since receiving her first writing accolade from Tim Winton at seventeen, Taya’s short fiction has gone on to long-list, short-list and win a variety of Australian and International writing contests and awards. Her work is published in anthologies including the recent Reset, for the Hawkeye Sydney Hammond Memorial prize. Taya is a regular contributor to Perth Happenings and margaretriver.com and her latest feature is in print in the Autumn/Winter Tales & Trails magazine.

Taya is working on her first novel and can be found knee deep in the Indian Ocean most evenings, documenting Perth families at play.

A group photo of many people sitting at a table with laptops and note books and wine. Taya Reid is standing above and smiling helping someone to do their writing.
Oct
28
Get together with other writers and enjoy a series of exercises that push the boundaries of your writing practice and imagination. Book Online
Aug
20
Undercurrent is a series of spoken word afternoons. Each month, local artists are invited to respond to a theme and experience new poetry in the city,  which can take any form – a poem, a story, a song, or a hybrid of a combination of forms. The theme of this event is 'fade'. Book Online
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Aug
23
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
An illustration of different people writing together at a desk.
Aug
24
For teachers of creative writing in secondary schools, these workshops are suited to a range of abilities, from a basic understanding of narrative to the capacity to experiment with language, form and structure, thus modelling students’ differing abilities. Book Online
Aug
25
Our First Nations Book Club is an introduction to a diverse range of texts by First Nations authors. Book Online
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