Elliot Langdon

Born in Perth, Elliot Langdon has a Master of Architecture from the University of Western Australia. He currently works as an architecture graduate at a Perth-based firm on medium- to large-scale projects in the education, retail, commercial and hospitality sectors.

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Iris Lavell

Iris Lavell has degrees in English, Psychology, and Theatre and Drama Studies, a teaching qualification, and a PhD in English and Comparative Literature. She has written four one-act plays, which have been produced and performed in Perth, with one travelling to Scotland for the Edinburgh Fringe in 1999. As an actor, she performed in more […]

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Julia Lawrinson

Julia Lawrinson is an award-winning writer of books for children and young adults. She hails from Perth and, despite leaving school at 15, has a PhD in writing and a Bachelor of Laws with distinction. Julia has worked in a range of organisations, from the arts to parliament to health. She has presented at schools, […]

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Angela Leaney

Angela Leaney was born in Perth in 1968. In recognition of her enthusiasm and talent she received the coveted Hoechst National Textile Award on completion of her degree in fine arts at Edith Cowan University. She went on to exhibit her work in Melbourne before returning to Perth.

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Mimi Lee

Mimi Lee is an emerging writer who was born in Sydney, but spent the majority of her childhood in Shanghai, China. She is a follower of Jesus, and a university student who often wishes her textbooks were thinner. Other than writing stories on themes that are close to her heart, she enjoys reading, singing, bushwalking […]

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Penny Leech

Penny Leech was born in England in 1947 and lives and works in Denmark, Western Australia. She is known for her ‘Found Objects’ paintings, a series which depicts often quirky and humorous narratives around a collection of items from bush and seashore. Penny was the founding member in 1992 of the Botanical Artists Group in […]

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Kathryn Lefroy

Kathryn writes novels, screenplays, articles — and the occasional shopping list. She has a PhD in marketing, several screenwriting credits, and her stories have appeared in magazines, journals and online. She spends way too much time in conversation with imaginary characters, and not-so-secretly wishes she lived in a dance movie.

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Natasha Lester

Natasha Lester is the award-winning author of If I Should Lose You and What is Left Over, After. The Age newspaper has described her as a ‘remarkable Australian talent’. Natasha’s short stories have appeared in collections such as Australian Love Stories and The Kid on the Karaoke Stage and she has been awarded fellowships at […]

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George Murray Levick (d.1956)

In 1910, Levick was selected by Robert Scott as surgeon and zoologist on his second and last expedition to the Antarctic. He was assigned to the Eastern Party of six men who spent a year at Cape Evans and a year at the Victoria Land coast. Levick’s observations on the Adelie penguins was published to […]

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Rebecca Lim

Rebecca Lim is a writer, illustrator and editor and the author of over twenty books, including the bestselling Mercy series. Her work has been shortlisted for the Prime Minister’s Literary Awards, Queensland Literary Awards and INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards, shortlisted multiple times for the Aurealis Awards and Davitt Awards, and longlisted for the Gold […]

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Jessica Lister

Jessica Lister is a descendant of the Minang and Goreng Noongar peoples of the south-west of Western Australia and works in culture, the arts and social enterprises with the organisation Whitelion.

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Libby Lloyd

Libby Lloyd set aside a successful career in social work to focus on the delights of travel . Travel began early: Libby migrated from England in 1951 and over-landed from Kathmandu to London in 1970. She has explored Bhutan, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, China, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, India, Malaysia, Mali, Morocco, Cuba and Europe.

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Madison Lloyd-Jones

Madison Lloyd-Jones has been a lecturer and tutor at the University of Notre Dame Australia and a coordinator of the City of Fremantle’s Heritage Festival. Madison appears frequently in public lecture programs regarding the history of Western Australia in the twentieth century. Her research has provided her with the opportunity to speak with a number […]

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Karen Louise

Karen Louise is an author and illustrator of children’s books.

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Brigid Lowry

The daughter of a typographer, Brigid Lowry began her writing career by self-publishing two dreadful poems when she was eight. She spent her twenties living in a Buddhist community, veered into performance poetry in her thirties, and subsequently gained a masters degree in Creative Writing before writing eight award-winning young adult books. She is a […]

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Niall Lucy (b. 1956 d. 2014)

Dr Niall Lucy was an Australian writer, journalist and broadcaster who completed his PhD in English at the University of Sydney. He worked for academic journals, universities, newspapers and radio stations in both Sydney and Perth, and was a member of the Curriculum Council of Western Australia’s Literature Reference Panel prior to its disbandment in 2012. […]

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Kyle Lynch

Kyle Lynch belongs to the Wongi people of the north-east Goldfields region of Western Australia. In 2014, Kyle starred in the film Wongi Warrior (2014). Most recently, Kyle took part in the 2017 Kalgoorlie Youth Project Guthoo (We are One).

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