Growing up Asian in Australia
10 years on from Alice Pung’s collection on the experiences of Asian Australians, what’s changed? In partnership with National Young Writers’ Festival, the founders of a bold new literary magazine Pencilled In continue the conversation with contiguous sessions in Newcastle and Adelaide.
OzAsia Festival partners with Open State to present a daylong series of transcultural, transmedia events. Writing China is a literary banquet of sound, text and image from Australia and Greater China – fill your plate and think outside the takeaway box.
Rachel is a comics artist and the art director of Pencilled In. Her work has been published in The Lifted Brow, Suburban Review and Scum Mag. She works as an architect in Melbourne.
Julie Koh was born in Sydney to Chinese–Malaysian parents. After quitting a career in corporate law to pursue writing, she has had short stories published in a range of publications, including The Best Australian Stories 201...
Yen-Rong is a Brisbane based writer, and the founding editor of Pencilled In, a magazine dedicated to showcasing the work of young Asian Australian artists. She is also the Twitter and e-newsletter manager for Hot Chicks wit...
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