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Naima Ibrahim is a Somali-Australian writer living and working on Dharug country. Her work has appeared in Collisions, dichōtomi, Kill Your Darlings, Red Room Poetry, Sweatshop Women: Volume One and ZineWest’19. She has been shortlisted for the Monash Prize in Creative Writing, The Kat Muscat Fellowship and longlisted for the Liminal Fiction Prize. Naima has connections to Sweathsop Literacy Movement, the Sydney Muslim Writers’ Festival and ISRA Academy. In 2020, Naima was the recipient of the Heyman Mentorship Award and is subsequently working on her debut novel.
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