Nadine Lebde

Nadine Lebde is an Australian-Lebanese writer from Western Sydney. She has an Honours degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Sydney, and her research has been published in the British Medical Journal’s Occupational and Environmental Medicine. Nadine was selected to be a reviewer for the StoryCasters Project, an initiative for emerging culturally diverse writers run by Sweatshop in collaboration with Diversity Arts Australia. Her creative non-fiction piece was shortlisted for publication in the anthology "Arab, Australian, Other: Stories on Race and Identity" (2019) edited by Randa Abdel-Fattah and Sara Saleh. In 2008, her student blog was nominated for Edublog’s international award “Best Individual Blog”. Nadine is a member of Sweatshop: Western Sydney Literacy Movement, a WestWords Academian (2020), and has performed at Bankstown Poetry Slam as well as the Surry Hills heat for the Australian Poetry Slam.

Terra InFirma

group exhibition

By Nadine Lebde — 15 May, 2020

This is the second article in a series produced in partnership with Sweatshop: Western Sydney Literacy Movement and Diversity Arts Australia, as part of the StoryCasters Project.   The Terra inFirma program was originally intended to take place in three parts over 2020. It has been delayed due to Covid-19, and will now extend into 2021.  • This year marks 250…