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Described as a ‘prose-style manifesto’, Ambelin Kwaymullina’s latest work reminds settler-colonial communities of the large debt we owe to our Indigenous past and how much has been lost and must …

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One might expect a good yarn from an author who’s recently chosen to live and work in a bus, travelling around Australia, and now settling in Western Australia. And Bren …

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In the dancer in your hands <>, writing becomes dance. This sustained poetic work by interdisciplinary artist Jo Pollitt – a teacher of dance improvisation at WAAPA – bends, twists …

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Book Two in the Warrior Bards series picks up a few months after the first book The Harp of Kings ended. Marillier proves yet again that building strong relationships between …

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A story about trusting yourself and your comrades, the first instalment of the Warrior Bard series by Juliet Marillier brings together a new set of characters in a world familiar …

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