Emily Paull is a writer of short fiction and historical fiction from Perth, Western Australia. Her work has appeared in two of the Margaret River Press anthologies, Shibboleth and other stories, and Joiner Bay and other stories, as well as in Westerly Magazine and [Re]Sisters: Stories of Rebel Girls, Revolution, Empowerment and Escape. In 2014 she was a Young Writer in Residence at the Katharine Susannah Prichard Writers Centre and in 2015 her work was shortlisted for the John Marsden/ Hachette Australia award for young writers.
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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