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Wendy Orr on <em>Dragonfly Song</em> and Disability
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Wendy Orr on Dragonfly Song and Disability

Award-winning children’s author Wendy Orr’s credits include Peeling the Onion and Nim’s Island. Our Blogger-in-Residence, Nalini Haynes, sat down with Wendy to talk about her latest novel, Dragonfly Song, featuring disability. What can you tell us about Dragonfly Song, which has just been released by Allen & Unwin? 12-year-old Aissa is the hereditary daughter of … Continue reading

Opportunities at the Writers Centre
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Opportunities at the Writers Centre

Are you looking to develop a career in the arts? Do you want to get some content production and writing experience on your CV? The ACT Writers Centre is looking for enthusiastic and resourceful emerging arts workers to join our small team by undertaking communications and marketing internships. Our internships are mutually-beneficial learning experiences for … Continue reading

Natural Humans with Cultural Twists: an Interview with Sophie Masson
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Natural Humans with Cultural Twists: an Interview with Sophie Masson

—Sophie Constable, Blogger in Residence With books spanning two millennia, authoring stories from 12th century France to modern day Russia, Sophie Masson speaks to us about the weight of history, the experience of the foreign, and the advantages of being an Australian writer. Two millennia—goodness, how startling to see it that way! Makes me feel like … Continue reading