Janiru Liyanage is a 15-year-old school student and Pushcart Prize / Best of the Net Awards nominated poet, with recent work appearing or featured internationally in/on [PANK], Frontier Poetry, MUZZLE Magazine, DIAGRAM, The Poetry Society, Wildness Journal, Cordite Poetry Review, The Cardiff Review, Narrative Northeast, and several other places. He reads for Palette Poetry. He’s a two-year winner of the national Dorothea Mackellar Poetry Awards and Sydney finalist of the APS. He’s been featured on The Project, Namoi Valley Independent, and The Minister’s Media Centre, among other places. He’s a Sri Lankan Sinhalese immigrant currently living in Sydney.
Making it in Moreland: Q&A with the Writers in Residence
Saturday 20 June, 5-5.30pm AEST
Launch: Voiceworks Online ‘Fresh Air’
Friday 19 June, 6pm AEST
EWF X Colour Between The Lines: Our Gissa
EWF X Pasifika Storytellers Collective: You didn’t civilise us, you syphilised us
LAUNCHES 16 JUNE