Brooke Dunnell is a Perth-born writer whose fiction has been published in the Best Australian Stories, New Australian Stories 2, Fire and Allnighter as well as Meanjin, Westerly and Voiceworks. Her short stories have been commended in the 2013 FAWWA Hadow/Stuart Short Story Competition, the 2004 University of Canberra National Short Story Competition, and Writer-in-Residence for Peter Cowan Writers Centre (PCWC) in 2016. Her work has been read twice on ABC Radio National.


Sessions

Sunday 21st, 12:00pm-1:00pm

Why do you write?

Three emerging WA writers – Emily Paull, Hannah van Didden and Brooke Dunnell – talk with Amy Lin about what compels them to write in the shorter form.
Venue: Centre for Stories
Tickets: $20 Standard | $15 Concession
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