Mary Anne Butler is a PhD candidate in the College of Indigenous Futures, Arts and Society at Charles Darwin University. Her research areas include the creative literature of the Anthropocene, and creative literature as a tool for hope and resilience. She has written seven professionally produced and published stage plays, several of which have won national awards including the Victorian Prize for Literature and two NT Chief Minister’s Book of the Year Awards. Mary Anne holds a Masters of Philosophy in Creative Writing from the University of Queensland, and a Masters in Arts Education in Theatre in Education from the University of New England. Mary Anne lectured in Creative Writing at Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Education from 2008-2010 and at ACIKE in 2014. She is a Sidney Myer Creative Fellow, an Arts NT Fellow, a Winston Churchill Fellow, a Regional Arts Fellow and an Asialink Fellow.
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How do we write hope into the creative literature of the Anthropocene?
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