Life in Mindingu single work   fiction (unclassified)  
Issue Details: First known date: 2014 2014
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'It was the June July season here in Mindingu the days are always hot and dry. This time of the year, the dry wind blows more frequently throughout the community. The howling winds carry all those dark reddish brown dust through the community, sometimes in small wind pools the winds swirl and spin onto those freshly scented laundry. Washings are always affected during this time of the year, sometimes the dust settles heavily on the fresh washing leaving evidence of red tinges, as if someone had sprinkled heaps of salty plum powder over the washing. ...'

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    y Narrative Witness 2 Narrative Witness: Indigenous Peoples, Australia-United States Sarah Raine (editor), Iowa : 2016 10195692 2014 anthology poetry essay 'In fall 2015, 32 indigenous writers and photographers living in Australia and the United States came together in an online exchange to create fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and photography centered on the theme of "narrative witness." Led by writing and photography workshop facilitators, the group work shopped their photo essays and texts online over the course of two months. ...' Iowa : 2016
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