Anthology I co-edited.

In this refreshing and fascinating collection, twelve Muslim-Australians - some well known, some not - reveal their candid, funny and touching stories of growing up with a dual identity.

What a Muslim Woman Looks Like is a government funded publication profiling twelve Muslim women who participated in a Leadership course. It has been used as an educational resource for cross cultural training in schools and by organisations. It is also being used by high schools to support VCE students writing on themes of Identity and Belonging. WAMWLL received wide media attention and was featured in the Herald Sun, Today Tonight, Triple RRR etc.

What a Muslim Woman Looks Like is a government funded publication profiling twelve Muslim women who participated in a Leadership course. It has been used as an educational resource for cross cultural training in schools and by organisations. It is also being used by high schools to support VCE students writing on themes of Identity and Belonging. WAMWLL received wide media attention and was featured in the Herald Sun, Today Tonight, Triple RRR etc.

The Good Daughter won the 2009 Melbourne Prize for Literature’s Civic Choice Award. It was also a finalist in the 2009 Melbourne Prize for Literature Best Writing Award and was shortlisted in the 2007 Victorian Premier’s Awards for Best Unpublished Manuscript by an Emerging Writer. The Good Daughter is published by Text Publishing.

Booktopia has The Good Daughter by Amra Pajalic. Buy a discounted Paperback of The Good Daughter online from Australia's leading online bookstore.

My piece about developing an arts project into a publication credit.    Google Image Result for http://www.emergingwritersfestival.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/Emerging-Writer-Cover-EWF1.jpg

The Emerging Writer: An Insider’s Guide to Your Writing Journey. Oh and I want to be a better writer.

My short story Siege was published in this anthology edited by Frank Moorehouse.   Reviews:  ‘A powerful and moving story of family dissolution and the suffering, deprivation and terror of war’ (Australian Book Review, Feb 2005)  ‘Amra Pajalic’s Bosnian Diary is a masterpiece of broken elegy’ (Bulletin, Dec 2004)

My short story Siege was published in this anthology edited by Frank Moorehouse. Reviews: ‘A powerful and moving story of family dissolution and the suffering, deprivation and terror of war’ (Australian Book Review, Feb 2005) ‘Amra Pajalic’s Bosnian Diary is a masterpiece of broken elegy’ (Bulletin, Dec 2004)

Amir: Friend on Loan is a middle grade novel to be published by Garratt Publishing early next year. It's part of a series on diversity and will have teaching notes to support it. Can't wait

Amir: Friend on Loan is a middle grade novel to be published by Garratt Publishing early next year. It's part of a series on diversity and will have teaching notes to support it.

Had the priviledge of being invited to take part in this project where prominent Australian authors released their short stories under a Creative Commons Licence. I remixed Cate Kennedy's short story. The anthology was published by Sydney University Press.

Sean Williams - Bestselling author of seventy-five short stories and thirty-five award winning novels

My short story Fuck Me Eyes was published in the 2005 Best Australian Stories anthology.

My short story Fuck Me Eyes was published in the 2005 Best Australian Stories anthology.

This is an anthology I was invited to contribute to by Hilary McPhee, published by Five Mile Press and featuring some awesome writers and my literary hero Cate Kennedy. The story featured is The Exiles Return which is the first chapter of my novel The Good Daughter.

This is an anthology I was invited to contribute to by Hilary McPhee, published by Five Mile Press and featuring some awesome writers and my literary hero Cate Kennedy. The story featured is The Exiles Return which is the first chapter of my novel The Good Daughter.


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