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When the Cilentos met the Noonuccals


Samuel Watson + Matthew Wengert + Ross Wilson

kuril dhagun, slq

Free event

BWF020

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Samuel Watson

Samuel Watson

Samuel Watson is a poet and raconteur based in Brisbane. He was honoured with the Patrick White Award in 2018. Samuel is proud to be a University of Queensland Press Writer.

Matthew Wengert

Matthew Wengert

Matthew Wengert is a researcher and writer of historical stories, with a particular interest in the violent history of Queensland's colonial frontier, and stories of epidemics. Matthew has a long working connection with the Ration Shed Museum in Cherbourg, and has been awarded with a Griffith Review Queensland Writing Fellowship (2017), BCC Lord Mayor's History Research Award (2018), and the John Oxley Fellowship at the State Library of Queensland (2019-20), and operates a small publishing business called AndAlso Books.

Ross Wilson

Ross Wilson

Ross Wilson was born in Brisbane. He has worked mostly in television, either as an editor, writer, producer or executive producer. His most recent credits include The Mosque Next Door (SBS), Miriam Margolyes - Almost Australian (ABC/BBC) and The Swap (SBS). 


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