Raelee Lancaster

Raelee Lancaster is a writer and creative producer based in Brisbane. Lancaster is the co-director of the National Young Writers Festival (NYWF), a recipient of a Copyright Agency First Nations Fellowship 2019 with Varuna, and was awarded first place for the Nakata Brophy Prize for Young Indigenous Writers in 2018. Her writing has featured in Cordite Poetry Review, The Saturday Paper, ArtsHub, Overland and more. Raised on Awabakal land, she is descended from the Wiradjuri and Biripi peoples.

Raelee Lancaster Reviews Alison Whittaker’s Blakwork

My sister and I devoured Blakwork. She’s nine and I’m not sure if she understood most of what Alison Whittaker talks about in this collection, but it resonated with her. With both of us.

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paper crane

he was locked inside a three-inch tall ivory cage suspended by a hook that wrapped around a bulletin pin on a blue-felt board above my bed he sat perched on the small crisscrossed base vertical bars stretched around his oily …

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