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Do Good

We believe in the power of books to change lives. And throughout the year, we highlight various literary nonprofits our members can support. Now that the holidays are upon us and we’re in the season of giving, we’re rounding up 12 of our most recent “Do Good” recipients. Asian American Writers’ Workshop Established in 1991, the Asian American Writers’ Workshop is a national not-for-profit arts organization devoted to creating, publishing, and developing creative writing by Asian Americans. Since 2010, the group has committed to giving away more…

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Katherine Kizilos, the first person of Greek background to be employed at The Age, hits back with a new novel

By Jeana Vithoulkas for Neos Kosmos https://neoskosmos.com/en/118088/katherine-kizilos-the-first-person-of-greek-background-to-be-employed-at-the-age-hits-back-with-a-new-novel/ The Secret Man’ explores the ties between Greek migrants and Australia’s First Peoples The intersection of indigenous Australians and migrant communities in this country is a story that longs to be told. Katherine Kizilos, an Australian writer of Greek background has made an important contribution to this story with her novel, The Secret Man. “There is a story of intermarriage between indigenous people and migrants of Greek and Italian background that hasn’t been written about,” Kizilos says. She…

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