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Natalie Kon-yu Natalie Kon-yu i(A137222 works by)
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Natalie Kon-yu was awarded her PhD in English and the Creative Arts from Murdoch University, Western Australia. She has lived in Melbourne, and has taught at the University of Melbourne and Victoria University. She has been a member of the Centre for Everyday Life at Murdoch University, and part of a team that authors the weekly 'Slow Living' column for The Canberra Times. She was the recipient of the Emerging-Writer-in-Residence at Katharine Susannah Prichard Writing Foundation for 2009, and her manuscript The Other Side of Silence was longlisted for The Australian/Vogel award.

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2010 ASA Mentorship For fiction writing.
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