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Welcome Allanah and Jasmin!

The black&write! project offers internships to aspiring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander editors who want to work with Indigenous literature. In 2019 black&write! was able to offer two internships, to Allanah Hunt and Jasmin McGaughey. Over the course of ten months the interns will be able to gain valuable career pathways and develop editing skills … Read more

black&write! goes to Emerging Writers’ Festival


black&write! are excited to announce Ellen, Yasmin, and Grace travel to Melbourne this Thursday to attend the 2015 Emerging Writers’ Festival. The centrepiece of Emerging Writers’ Festival is the two-day National Writers’ Conference at Melbourne Town Hall. This conference aims to inform and inspire writers from every genre and style. This is a fantastic opportunity to meet and … Read more

The Reading Nook

If you haven’t visited kuril dhagun in the last 6 months, that’s a shame because you wouldn’t know there is a new space we call the Reading Nook. It is a space for families to read, create and learn about Australia’s Indigenous peoples. During Autumn we’re exploring reflections, features, imagery and portraiture as part of … Read more

kuril dhagun space transformation

kuril dhagun is currently undergoing some major changes. The vibrant Our Dreaming; animating country exhibition wrapped up over a week ago and we’re now busy installing  North of the Tropic; a State Library Queensland Corporate Art Collection display. The exhibition will feature work created from communities situated north of the Tropic of  Capricorn including Cardwell, Darnley Island, Mornington Island, … Read more

black&write! Special Event @ Emerging Writers Festival 31st May 2014

Stomping ground (C) JoAnne Driessens

Contributor: Katie Woods The Emerging Writers’ Festival is a not-for-profit organisation whose foundations are built on supporting emerging writers. It is a festival where creativity and innovation are celebrated, where new talent is nurtured and where diverse voices from across Australia are represented. This year’s program will profile the dynamic and deadly writers that have … Read more