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Meet the FAWWA interns

The Fellowship of Writers WA is pleased to introduce two interns for 2024 
Amity Smith
University of Western Australia

Amity Smith is an emerging writer residing in Perth, Western Australia.  She is currently completing a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literary Studies, with a minor in Creative Writing at The University of Western Australia.

Her writing explores the complexities of human relationships and how

our memory influences the present.

Amity has interned for Westerly magazine, and has been published in Pelican Magazine.

She is currently an intern for the Fellowship of Australian Writers WA, and sub-editor of Literature at Pelican

Camelia E Nazri 
University of Western Australia 

Hello! I’m Camelia Ellesha Nazri, and I’m a Linguistics student from The University of Western Australia. When I was younger I used to read many books including those from the Barbara Park’s Junie B. Jones collection and Enid Blyton’s Malory Towers series, then I came to love the mystery novels of Agatha Christie.

Throughout my studies I have taken a few creative writing classes, though found that I enjoyed my

journalism unit the most. Following the end of my studies, I hope to apply my knowledge of language into areas where I could make a

positive impact on people, such as through translation or documentation of endangered languages in my home region of Southeast Asia. 

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