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This wonderful debut collection by Kirli Saunders, a multi-talented Gunai woman, deserves wide acclaim. Her themes are country, family, Indigenous issues, identity, connection, love and loss, and the role of …

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Alison Whittaker’s Blakwork is a collection of poetry that presents a counterview of mainstream Australian cultural discourse. A Gomeroi woman and Harvard law graduate, Whittaker has written a work pulsing …

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6222 Syllables is a collection of 366 haikus, one for every day in a leap year.  Although classic in terms of syllable count, their subject matter is contemporary and wide-ranging, covering …

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In her fifth book, Nandi Chinna, an acclaimed poet and environmental activist, explores landscapes and those who inhabit them. Ranging in location from King’s Park to the Beeliar Wetlands, from …

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In her third poetry collection, Caitlin Maling once more shows her mastery of the craft, exhibiting a keen eye for landscape and those who inhabit it. In locations from Fremantle …

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