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Raelee Lancaster is a writer, collaborator and creative industries professional based in Meanjin (Brisbane). She is the co-director of the National Young Writers Festival (NYWF). 

In 2018, Raelee was awarded first place for the Nakata Brophy Prize for Young Indigenous Writers. Her writing has featured in Cordite Poetry Review, the Saturday PaperArtsHubVoiceworksOverland and other print and elsewhere. Raised on Awabakal land in Newcastle New South Wales, Raelee is descended from the Wiradjuri and Biripi peoples. 

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