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Issue Details: First known date: 2013... 2013 First Nations Australia Writers Network
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Jared Thomas Writes about the FNAWN Delegation to the United States 2015, Jared Thomas , 2013 single work essay
'Each writer is experienced in presenting at Australia’s premier writers festivals but we didn’t anticipate the scale and grandeur of the U.S. National Book Festival. Our introduction to the Festival commenced with a reception hosted by Caroline Millar, Deputy Chief of Mission, Australian Embassy, Washington, where we were introduced to National Library of Congress, U.S. National Book Festival staff and first nations literary figures. The hospitality was incredibly warm and it was evident that there is great interest and support for FNAWN activities.' (Abstract)
Note: Posted 21 October 2015
In Conversation with Ali Cobby Eckermann at Tarnanthi Festival, Charmaine Papertalk-Green (interviewer), 2013 single work interview
Note: Posted 21 October 2015

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