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Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 A Short History of the First Nations Australia Writers Network
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'It is with great pleasure that I write about the First Nations Australia Writers Network (FNAWN). Conceived out of the ‘Guwanyi’ Indigenous Writers Festival in March 2011, FNAWN is the peak representative body for First Nations Australia novelists, poets, storytellers and screenwriters. We are focused on representing and advocating for our membership in the creative industry, both nationally and internationally. We aim to ensure networking opportunities and assist our members in their skills and career development. In order to maintain a public face as FNAWN we do this through our newsletters and through an active presence online by social media and by email.' (Introduction)

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