Marisa Rita Zammit
Marisa Rita Zammit was born in Melbourne Australia to Maltese and Greek Egyptian parents (and throw in Italian and Austrian, and Eastern European, too). She started writing in the late 90s and hasn’t really stopped since. While starting a family, she also started her Masters in Creative Media which she completed in 2010, majoring in Creative Writing. Lola’s Walkabout was conceived at this time as part of her course. Marisa has written numerous short stories, plays and poems. She has had two short stories and one poem published in Secrets and Silence and one short story and two poems published in Friction Fiction. She has also been involved in the performing arts—writing and acting in comedy and cabaret, as well as acting in dramatic plays. She sings and plays music in her spare time. Marisa enjoys writing about passionate characters, and the myriad of things that colour a world. She enjoys writing with a certain abandonment … cutting through the lies …
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Lola's Walkabout, powerful emotions reflect the power of the desert. At point zero is existence based on the pointlessness of the past? Or the stark truth of the future, where cultural differences burn under the scorching sun. Black meets White in an organic Australian way.
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