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Jax Jacki Brown

Own Voices: Why Writing Matters (Shepparton)

Jax Jacki Brown is a disability and LGBTIQ rights activist, writer and public speaker. Jax holds a BA in Cultural Studies and Communication where they examined the intersections between disability and LGBTI identities and their respective rights movements. They have written for ‘Junkee’, ‘Daily Life’, ‘The Feminist Observer’, Writers Victoria, ABC’s ‘Ramp Up’, ‘Hot Chicks with Big Brains’, and ‘Archer Magazine: The Australian Journal for Sexual Diversity’. Jax is published in the following anthologies: ‘Queer Disability Anthology’ (2015), ‘Doing It’ (2016), ‘Queer Stories (2018) and ‘Kindred: A queer YA anthology’ to be released in 2019 by Walker Books.

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