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Young Aboriginal writers share their stories through graphic novels

During NAIDOC Week the Indigenous Literacy Foundation (ILF), will be launching three new graphic novels created by four young Aboriginal creatives here in Mparntwe Alice Springs.

Declan Miller, Seraphina Newberry, Alyssa Mason, and Lauren Boyle, all First Nations people from Mparntwe Alice Springs have worked over many years on three books that look at the issues that impact them as young Aboriginal people living in Central Australia.

They are all part of Stick Mob – which is an initiative that helps the collective of artists and designers hone their craft through workshops and mentoring sessions.

CAAMA’s Philippe Perez spoke with Declan Miller about his journey to create his graphic novel, Mixed Feelings.

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