Nalini Haynes grew up in Tasmania and, although she moved away in 2000, still considers Tasmania to be home. Librarians and teachers may remember my love of reading that has led to my writing and editing career. At the moment I’m writing a novel, working on my website with occasional freelance work and I’m researching representations of disability in popular culture.
- ACT Writers Centre, ‘Zana Fraillon on The Bone Sparrow, Refugees and Representation‘, 2016
- ACT Writers Centre, ‘Wendy Orr on Dragonfly Song and Disability‘, 2016
- ACT Writers Centre, ‘In Conversation with Rajith Savanadasa‘, 2016
- ACT Writers Centre, ‘What Representation Does‘, 2016
- The Wheeler Centre, ‘Eye and prejudice: a vision for equity‘, 2015