Issue Details: First known date: 2016 2016
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'In this essay we speak to the significance of Indigenous story, and for textual practices that enable Indigenous story its distinctive and multiple enunciations. We approach these questions through a discussion of our work on a new digital Indigenous Story project, which aims to make its own contribution to the wider project of developing places for the publication of Indigenous story that are shaped by the standards and practices rather than by those of European-centred editing, publishing and critical practices. What follows are our first efforts to document the ways in which we are currently thinking about story and the ethics of textual production and publication. This aims to be an ethics that does not impose itself of contributors to the site but arises in a dynamic relation with these men's and women's textual practices as they themselves enquire into the nature of story and its generative processes.. In this way, the project is potentially one in which all its contributors are in fact participants who keep pushing the project along new lines.' (105)

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