FWF2020 Q&A: Laura La Rosa

FWF2020 Q&A: Laura La Rosa

Laura La Rosa is an FWF2020 panelist on Being Feminist, Staying Bold. Laura is a proud Darug woman, published writer, emerging critic and graphic designer. She has been heavily involved in a number of grassroots activist initiatives, and numerous ongoing projects that...

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FWF2020 Q&A: Sally Goldner

FWF2020 Q&A: Sally Goldner

Sally Goldner is part of the FWF2020 ThinkIn Intersections of the Law. Her twenty-year-plus involvement in Victoria’s LGBTIQA+ communities include Transgender Victoria, co-facilitating Trans family, 3CR’s Out of the Pan and Bisexual Alliance Victoria Treasurer. She...

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FWF2020 Q&A: Fernanda Dahlstrom

FWF2020 Q&A: Fernanda Dahlstrom

Fernanda Dahlstrom is a FWF2020 panelist on Intersections of the Law.Fernanda is a writer, editor and lawyer. She has worked as a solicitor in criminal law, family law, child protection law and domestic violence law in the Northern Territory and Queensland. Her...

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FWF2020 Q&A: Nicole Lee

FWF2020 Q&A: Nicole Lee

Nicole Lee is a FWF2020 panelist on Our Culture of Violence. Nicole is a family violence survivor, passionate public advocate and previous member of Victoria’s first Victim Survivors’ Advisory Council. Is there a moment you recall that shaped your own idea of...

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FWF2020 Q&A: Raelee Lancaster

FWF2020 Q&A: Raelee Lancaster

Raelee Lancaster speaks on Feminism for All, as a part of our FWFTalks podcast series. Raelee is a writer, collaborator, creative producer and co-director of the National Young Writers Festival and was the recipient of a Copyright Agency First Nations Fellowship...

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FWF2020 Q&A: Enza Gandolfo

FWF2020 Q&A: Enza Gandolfo

Enza is a panelist on the FWF2020 Craftivism session.She is a writer and the author of two novels, Swimming (shortlisted for the Barbara Jefferis Prize) and The Bridge (shortlisted for the Stella Prize 2019), as well as the co-author of several...

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FWF2020 Q&A: Alice Robinson

FWF2020 Q&A: Alice Robinson

Alice Robinson speaks on Ecofeminism, as a part of our FWFTalks podcast series.Her debut novel, Anchor Point, was long-listed for the Stella Prize and the Indie Book Awards. The Glad Shout was shortlisted for an Aurealis Award and The Colin Roderick Literary Award...

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FWF2020 Q&A: Inga Simpson

FWF2020 Q&A: Inga Simpson

Inga Simpson speaks on Ecofeminism in our FWFTalks podcast series. Inga is the author of Understory: a life with trees, which was shortlisted for the Adelaide Writers Week Award for Nonfiction, as well as the novels Where the Trees...

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FWF2020 Q&A: Katerina Bryant

FWF2020 Q&A: Katerina Bryant

Katerina Bryant is a FWF2020 panelist speaking on The Politics of Health.Her first book is Hysteria: A Memoir of Illness, Strength and Women’s Stories Throughout History. Is there a moment you recall that shaped your own idea of feminism? I remember the idea of...

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