Grace Lucas-Pennington Editor, black&write! Grace Lucas-Pennington is an Aboriginal woman of Bundjalung/European descent. Grace has worked as an editor, and also as a consultant, guest lecturer, and publishing industry advisor. Growing up, she spent her time between Northern New South Wales and the Logan/Brisbane area. Grace is interested in publishing, politics, media, social justice, and the arts. She is passionate about First Nations writing, and promoting our stories. Allanah HuntJunior Editor, black&write! Allanah Hunt is a Barkindji woman who lives in Brisbane. She is finishing her Creative Writing PhD at Anglia Ruskin University and is passionate about using writing to explore contemporary issues. She has published several short stories and presented papers on Aboriginal deaths in custody, mental health and popular culture. She is a recipient of a Boundless mentorship and loves all things to do with writing and reading. Jasmin McGaugheyJunior Editor, black&write! Jasmin is a Torres Strait Islander from the Kulkalgal Nation and, on her father’s side, African American. She is currently studying a Master of Philosophy in creative writing through The University of Queensland. Jasmin’s passions have always been writing and reading and she is proud to be able to work and learn in this field with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander writers.