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Tony Birch (born in 1957) is a famous contemporary Indigenous Australian author, poet, academic and Indigenous rights activist who grew up around Fitzroy, Melbourne with a rich Aboriginal, Barbadian (convict), Irish and Afghani heritage. Tony Birch became the first Indigenous author to win the Patrick White Award in 2017.
Adam Thompson is an emerging Indigenous writer from Pakana Launceston, Tasmania, Australia. His debut short-story collection Born Into This was published in February 2021. In 2016–17, Adam Thompson had received writing awards through the Tamar Valley Writers Festival and the Tasmanian Writers and Readers Festival.
Kim Scott (born in 1957) is an Australian novelist of Aboriginal Australian ancestry with Noongar heritage of Western Australia. His second novel Benang had won the Miles Franklin Literary Award 2000, the Western Australian Premier's Book Awards 1999 and the Kate Challis RAKA Award 2001. Kim Scott was the first Indigenous writer to win the Miles Franklin Literary Award.
Larissa Behrendt (born in 1969) is a Eualeyai/Kamillaroi woman and a legal academic, novelist, filmmaker and Indigenous rights advocate. She is the Distinguished Professor at the University of Technology Sydney and at the Director of Research and Academic Programs Jumbunna Institute of Indigenous Education and Research.

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