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moirra (xe/xer, they/them) is a Yorta Yorta, Boon Wurrung, Jewish, and queer transsexual self-taught writer, poet, and artist living in Naarm. Xer work has been showcased in multiple art exhibitions, including the Koorie Heritage Trust’s A Rainbow of Tomorrows exhibition and The Shed x ArtKind’s Representations of Us exhibition, and featured in QTIPOC collective DEiFY’s Queer Masculinities zine. Xer work examines the relationship between queer and trans peoples, families and communities, and wider society and the environment. moirra’s chief themes of interest are decolonised storytelling that challenges settler narratives, horror, and queerness. Xe believes in writing as a revolutionary tool. It holds the power to champion the voices of marginalised peoples, challenge the status quo of oppressive colonial systems, and imagine a just and liberatory future for us all.

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