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Nola Firth Nola Firth i(A109740 works by)
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Nola Firth is an essayist and poet, an advocate for dyslexia awareness and a developer of resources for dyslexia support. She holds a PhD and has been an Honorary Fellow at The University of Melbourne and the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute.

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Personal Awards

2015 joint winner Rhonda Jankovic Literary Awards Poetry For 'Painting the Heart'.
2014 highly commended Rhonda Jankovic Literary Awards Poetry For 'Leave Half the Turtle Eggs to Grow'.
2009 recipient Churchill Fellowship To Assess Resilience Programs for Children who have Specific Learning Disabilities
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