Raelee Lancaster

Raelee Lancaster is a writer, collaborator and creative producer based in Brisbane. Raelee is the Co Director of the National Young Writers Festival (NYWF) and was a recipient of a Copyright Agency First Nations Fellowship 2019. Her writing has featured in Cordite Poetry Review, The Saturday Paper, ArtsHub, The Lifted Brow, Overland, and other print and online publications. Raised on Awabakal land, Raelee is of Wiradjuri, Biripi and European descent.

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