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Gabrielle Lorraine Fletcher


This piece mobilises both creative non-fiction and ficto-criticism to expose the necessary terrains of narrativity as a Country of the Lived,  making visible the redactive cartography of the PhD in telling Indigenous selfhood, and mobilising an argument for authentic encounter under the comfortable maps of form.

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New Writing (Peer Reviewed)
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Gabrielle Lorraine Fletcher, University of Newcastle

Gabrielle Lorraine Fletcher is a Gundungurra woman from the Blue Mountains of New South Wales. She is currently an Associate Lecturer and PhD (Aboriginal Studies) Candidate at The Wollotuka Institute, University of Newcastle. Her thesis explores the possibilities of authentic Aboriginal self-hood within the redactive spaces of post-colonial theatres. She has been previously published in Cultural Studies Review and Salt: The International Journal of Poetry and Poetics. (Email: