Aleesah Darlison's stories have been published in the New South Wales School Magazine and in Little Ears. She has run workshops for children's writers and has been a reviewer with the Sun-Herald newspaper.
2015recipientCreative Industries Career Fundto undertake a number of learning opportunities whilst attending the 2015 WORD Vancouver International Literary Festival in Canada and the 2015 Young Child Expo & Conference in in Spokane USA.
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Warambi2011single work picture book children's 'When the home of a little bent-wing bat colony is destroyed, Warambi becomes separated from her mother and the other bats. Lost and alone she finds shelter far away. Scary sounds are all around her. Danger is never far away. Will she find her way home?' (Trove record)