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Louise Omer is a feminist writer born on Kaurna Country with words published in The Guardian, The Australian, The Saturday Paper, and more. She has read at events in Edinburgh, Dublin, Catalonia, Melbourne and Adelaide, participated in art residencies and group exhibitions in Spain, Bulgaria, and the UK, and her projects have been funded by Arts SA and the Irish Arts Council. She has been a panellist at Emerging Writers’ Festival, the Bali Emerging Writers Festival, and was a Hot Desk Fellow at The Wheeler Centre. Her first book, published by Scribe Publications, is Holy Woman: A Divine Adventure.