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Winnie Dunn Winnie Dunn i(12171941 works by) (a.k.a. Winnie Siulolovao Dunn)
Gender: Female
Heritage: Tongan ; Australian
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Winnie Siulolovao Dunn is a Tongan-Australian writer from Mt Druitt. She is a manager and editor at Sweatshop: Western Sydney Literacy Movement. She is also a recent Bachelor of Arts graduate at Western Sydney University. Her work has been published in: Voiceworks, The Red Room Company, The Lifted Brow, Sydney Review of Books and The Big Black Thing. She has performed readings for Sydney Festival, Sydney Writers’ Festival, Wollongong Writers’ Festival and Stella Girls Write Up. (Source: Cordite 83)

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y separately published work icon The Big Black Thing : Chapter 2 Milperra : Sweatshop , 2018 15304027 2018 anthology poetry prose

'The Big Black Thing: Chapter. 2 is the second issue in a new series of prose and poetry by emerging and established writers from Indigenous, migrant and refugee backgrounds.'  (Publication summary)

2019 shortlisted Mascara Avant-garde Awards Anthology
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