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Girls Can Fly is an inspirational book for younger teenagers, created by Aboriginal writer and artist Sally Morgan and her daughter Ambelin. Together they have written and illustrated this delightful …

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Yinti is a Walmajarri boy growing up in the Great Sandy Desert in the North West of Australia. The Yinti series (Yinti: Desert Child, Yinti: Desert Dog, and Yinti: Desert …

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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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Brontide tells the stories of Rob, Pen, Benny Boy and Jack, a mix of Aboriginal and white boys who are in conversation with narrator Sue over the course of a …

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Kaya and her mother are in hiding. Her father is missing, feared dead following his decision to turn whistle blower. Now suffering PTSD after a traumatic event she cannot recall, …

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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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