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    y separately published work icon 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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    y separately published work icon Too Deadly : Our Voice Our Way Our Business Us Mob Writing , Kerry Reed-Gilbert (editor), Samantha Faulkner (editor), Barrina South (editor), Belconnen : Us Mob Writing , 2017 12334897 2017 anthology poetry short story autobiography prose

    'Too Deadly is a fitting title for this powerful and diverse collection of First Nations writings. Offerings include prose and narrative poetry; flash fiction, fiction and creative non-fiction; and life writing. The writers gathered bring to the fore evocative snippets from the many different nations of Indigenous Australia; the themes range from the personal to the political – the big and the small picture leap off the page.'

    Source: Jeanine Leane, Wiradjuri writer, Academic. (Publication Summary)

    Belconnen : Us Mob Writing , 2017
    pg. 49-51
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