Adele Aria

Adele Aria writes fiction, poetry and non-fiction, all of which use storytelling to explore identity, the politics of existence, and the ways in which we integrate personal and shared histories. Combining lived experiences of complex trauma, disability, and queer identity with postgraduate studies in Human Rights and professional experience, Adele is a writer-activist for human rights, social change, and building the practice of empathy. They have contributed to publications from Singapore and Australia, including anthologies, collections, and the Feminist Writers Festival. A person of colour, Adele is grateful to have been welcomed onto and living and writing upon Noongar Boodjar.

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