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Doyle, Fiona

Fiona Doyle is the daughter of a Mbaiwum Women and a father of Austrian origin. She was born Maryann Fiona George on the 2nd January, 1969 on Thursday Island in the Torres Strait.

Fiona, who writes under the Aboriginal name Oochunyung currently resides in Brisbane with her husband Danny and three daughters. A graduate of NAISDA, Fiona has incorporated dance, drama and poetry in her artistic expression with the intent to share, educate and proclaim the Indigenous heartbeat of her People.

Although Whispers of this Wik Women is her first published book, Fiona has written two children’s books titled Sandbeach Girl and Looking for Yams.<#InMedia#><#AuthorVideo#><#AuthorWebsite#><#AuthorTwitter#><#AuthorFaceBook#>
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