I am a French-born Australian linguist who loves writing about multicultural experiences. Taught English in Zambia and Papua New Guinea, gained a Doctorate with UPNG. In Western Australia I worked with migrants and Indigenous communities in Kalgoorlie and Roebourne. In charge of Amnesty International WA, then moved to Adelaide. Short-listed by The Human Rights Commission for the Literature NF Award for the anthology I edited with the Multicultural Writers Association of Australia, I later published my memoir. Volunteered with the Writers Centre, became active with PEN.
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2 thoughts on “The momentum of it all (bilingual)”
I do enjoy these.
For over a year, I did not realise quite who it was but could not bring myself to remove it. It’s the words. The writing – I enjoyed it very much and often.
Then during the WritersSA siore, I caught up with you and in that moment recalled.
Good to see you there and glad this is a subscription I’ve kept.
Thanks for comment and feedback. Keep in touch. Cheers!
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