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It’s possible the term polyphony, when used in a literary sense, has never been more appropriately applied that to this sonorous poetry collection, Woven. Because yes, there is a multiplicity …

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Written and illustrated by Dr Helen Milroy, an award-winning author and descendant of the Palyku people of the Pilbara region, The Sweetest Egg of All is a vibrant picture book …

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Unlimited Futures is an anthology of speculative and visionary poetry and prose that breaks the stereotype of the marginalised voice. Edited by award-winning authors Rafeif Ismail and Ellen van Neerven, …

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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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