Noëlle Janaczewska is a multi-award winning Sydney-based writer whose plays, radio scripts, libretti, fiction and essays have been performed, broadcast and published throughout Australia and overseas.
She is the recipient of numerous awards, most notably Yale University’s Windham Campbell Prize in 2014, which recognised her body of dramatic writing.
In Australia, her plays have won the Queensland Premier’s Literary Award (Mrs Petrov’s Shoe), the Playbox-Asialink Playwriting Competition and the Griffin Award (Songket). Her radio plays have received 7 AWGIE Awards, most recently for the nonfiction feature My Life in Cookbooks (2014) and the drama Random Red (2012).
Noëlle’s recent works include Good With Maps (Siren Theatre Company/KXT, Sydney, 2016), Teacup in a Storm (The Q/Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre, Sydney, 2016), The History of the Single Girl and The Other Polish Explorer (both for ABC Radio National, 2015), Playing Awkward (Currency Press: ‘Cue the Chorus’, 2014), and Third Person (Union House Theatre, Melbourne, 2013).
She’s a graduate of Oxford and London Universities, with a doctorate from the University of Technology, Sydney, and is an adjunct professor at the University of Queensland.
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