Sally Morgan was born in Perth, Western Australia, in 1951. She first came to national prominence with the publication of her book, My Place, which tells the story of her reconnection with her Aboriginal culture and community. The book was an immediate success and has gone on to sell over half a million copies in Australia. My Place won the Australian Human Rights Award for Literature in 1987 and the 1990 Order of Australia Book Prize.
Morgan has also established a reputation as an artist in Australia and overseas. Her works can be found in private and public collections. Her work first appeared on a stamp in 1993 when her print Outback was selected for use on a United Nations stamp issued for the celebration of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Her first illustration for an Australian philatelic product was the Network of Friendship aerogramme (September 1995).
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