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Yornadaiyn Woolagoodja’s commitment to representing his “Country and Culture … to help people understand” is the premise of this extraordinary book. In Yornadaiyn Woolagoodja, the senior West Kimberley artist takes …

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In Under the Shade, debut author Blake Innes interweaves stories of three key identities to create an intriguing, sometimes challenging meld of Indigenous Australian mythology and moving drama. One identity …

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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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Lucky-Child: The Secret is both a gritty, no-punches-pulled account of contemporary Indigenous life in the northwest town of Broome, and a fascinating tale of adventure and spiritual empowerment of a …

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The reissuing by Fremantle Press of Stephen Kinnane’s award winning Shadow Lines is indeed a cause for celebration. Both a deeply researched archival investigation into the assimilationist policies of the …

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This is a re-edited version of a popular book first published in 2012 as Bubbay: A Christmas Adventure, written by acclaimed storyteller Josie Wowolla Boyle with new illustrations by Fern …

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