Lay Maloney is a young storyteller of the Gumbaynggirr and Gunggandji nations and South Sea Islander heritage currently based on Wurundjeri Country in Naarm / Melbourne. They are the recipient for the black&write! Fellowship with the State Library of Queensland for their LGBTQIA+ YA manuscript titled Weaving Us Together. Lay is published in NANGAMAY dream MANA gather DJURALI grow – First Nations Australia LGBTQIA+ Poetry collection edited by Alison Whittaker & Steven Lindsay Ross.
Saturday 17 June, 3pm
In this Keynote, Yumna Kassab will explore the rituals, tools, routines and environmental conditions that assist in a sustainable creative practice.
Tuesday 20 June, 6pm AEST
Leah Jing McIntosh and Hannah Wu will discuss the process of developing work for publication in LIMINAL’s two anthologies, Collisions and Against Disappearance.
Tuesday 20 June, 1pm
Hear these sports-focused writers and artists explore pathways to sports writing, representation in sport storytelling, the creative possibilities in sport and how we can use sport to tell our stories.