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Homecoming is a painful and beautiful book of poetry by Elfie Shiosaki, a Noongar and Yawuru writer, which combines personal, cultural and family history into a powerful collection. Following the …

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This unique volume is a collaboration by, and a conversation between, two well-published Western Australian poets. It is loosely inspired by the Japanese renga, a traditional collaborative form, but in …

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This is the work of a forever-poet in his prime. Haskell’s craft is refined to the point of being indiscernible so that what we are left with is the direct …

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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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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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Josephine Clarke grew up in the South West of WA, the daughter of Italian immigrants. Recipe for Risotto is her first poetry collection, however her work has been published in …

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