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y separately published work icon Deadly Sisters of Worawa anthology   autobiography   poetry  
Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 Deadly Sisters of Worawa
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'Deadly Sisters of Worawa, written by thirteen young women from Worawa Aboriginal College, was produced during a writing workshop that was facilitated by our Lifetime Ambassador Anita Heiss and the equally passionate literacy advocate Shelley Ware. In their book, the students write about themselves, their families, their sacred places and the things they've achieved that make them proud. They've also written some powerful and moving poetry, and created some amazing artwork, all of which combined reveals how deadly these Worawa sisters are.'  (Publication summary)

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