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A Hot Desk Fellowship and Mentoring Program offering support for early, emerging and established writers from CaLD and/or Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds.
Writing Change, Writing Inclusion is a writing program offering support for early, emerging and established writers from CaLD and/or Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds.
We're thrilled to share that Centre for Stories will be launching its second solo publication, To Hold the Clouds: Emerging Writers from Perth on 14 November 2020.
Over the last 12 months, we've been working with emerging writers and poets to develop new works, hot desk, attend festivals, perform readings, and develop a community of writers who champion inclusivity and diversity.
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.
Raf Gonzalez is a short story and script writer, a lover of film and video games. Raf shares his intentions for 2020 and his experience, so far, with his mentor Brooke Dunnell.
Maya-Rose is a writer and storyteller. Maya's involvement with the Centre for Stories first began with her involvement in the Saga Sisterhood project where she developed a story called 'Eat Pray Work'.
Yahye is a poet and writer with a passion for giving back to the community through volunteering and serving. As well as being a big family-man, Yahye is spending time with Vivienne Glance navigating the world of poetry and writing.
Josephine Newman is a Yamatji woman with a passion for writing, sewing, Sci-Fi, and cars (in particular her 30-year-old BMW).
Tiffany Ko is a writer, the Events Marketing Assistant at Fremantle Press, and a participant in the Inclusion Matters Mentoring Program.
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