Alannah Maher
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			Alannah Maher

Alannah is an insatiably inquisitive writer with a passion for delving into stories about the human experience.

Alannah is an insatiably inquisitive writer with a passion for delving into stories about the human experience, gender, sexuality, creativity, and all the fun, gritty stuff. She is especially passionate about steering ‘cringe’ away from ‘culture’ by communicating about the arts in a fun, accessible manner. 

She is experienced across the gambit of the journalism and communications industries, yet always manages to circle back to her true love of writing and storytelling.

Stories

The Facebook group delivering a hug in a box to struggling farmers

The Facebook group delivering a hug in a box to struggling farmers

Our Environment
Runnymede Queensland, Australia
Doing it for our farmers is a people-powered Facebook group of over 13,000 members dedicated to supporting drought-affected local farmers.
The Sydney Story Factory teaches marginalised youth the art of storytelling

The Sydney Story Factory teaches marginalised youth the art of storytelling

Minority Voices
The Sydney Story Factory, Redfern Street, Redfern NSW, Australia
The Sydney Story factory empowers marginalised young people to tell their own stories.
Read the Vibe: the fight to keep Newtown weird, safe and unapologetically queer

Read the Vibe: the fight to keep Newtown weird, safe and unapologetically queer

All Topics
Newtown NSW, Australia
Meet the local organisations trying to keep the Newtown vibe alive.
All We Can't See: Humanising the untold stories of Nauru

All We Can't See: Humanising the untold stories of Nauru

Migration & Displacement
Yellow House Sydney, MacLeay Street, Potts Point NSW, Australia
A rousing Australian-first exhibition that gives the public a glimpse of life at Australia's elusive offshore detention centre on Nauru.
 We're all going to die and it's going to be fine

We're all going to die and it's going to be fine

Identity
COMMUNE Waterloo, Bourke Street, Waterloo NSW, Australia
Stefan Hunt explains how the rather morbid realisation that we're all going to die can help us live our best life.
100 Pictures, 100 Stories: The unanticipated joy of embracing creativity

100 Pictures, 100 Stories: The unanticipated joy of embracing creativity

Identity
Create or Die, Mitchell Street, Marrickville NSW, Australia
Artist and producer Deb Morgan and photographer Chrissie Hall celebrate the simple joy of creativity in 100 Pictures, 100 Stories.
Skeletons and Self-Portraits: Emily Dash challenges representations of gender and disability

Skeletons and Self-Portraits: Emily Dash challenges representations of gender and disability

Identity
PACT, Railway Parade, Erskineville NSW, Australia
Creative and disability advocate Emily Dash tackles the themes of identity and public perception in PACT Salon 2: Skeletons and Self-Portraits