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Jannali Jones is a Krowathunkoolong woman of the Kurnai nation. She is a lawyer and writer and enjoys writing mainly in the areas of fantasy and science fiction. In 2010 Jannali was enrolled in a Masters Of Arts in Creative Writing at the University of Technology, Sydney. She has been awarded a High Commendation for her Indigenous writing in the McDonalds Performing Arts Challenge.
In 2011, Jannali was a part of the Young Writer-in-Residence Program for the Katharine Susannah Prichard Writers Centre in Perth. She was an Editor for the 'Spilt Milk Magazine' in 2015 and was a runner up for the Nakata Brophy Award (Trinity College) and black&write! Indigenous Writing Fellowship (State Library Queensland) in the same year.
"Finding Home: Identity Bonds Through Indigenous Literature.", Republics of Letters: Literary Communities in Australia conference, Australian Literature at the University of Sydney, 13-14 January 2011.