Ambelin Kwaymullina is an Aboriginal writer, illustrator and law academic who comes from the Palyku people of the Pilbara region of Western Australia. She is author/illustrator of numerous picture books and four science fiction novels for young adults. Her latest novel, Catching Teller Crow, was co-written with her brother Ezekiel and won the Victorian Premier’s Literary Award for Writing for Young Adults. Ambelin is the co-founder (with Rebecca Lim) of Voices from the Intersection, a volunteer initiative that seeks to create opportunities for marginalised Own Voices writers and illustrators.
Let the Stories In: on power, privilege and being an Indigenous writer
'We Need Diverse Books Because': An Indigenous perspective on diversity in young adult and children’s literature in Australia