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Issue Details: First known date: 2019... 25-31 May 2019 of The Saturday Paper est. 2014 The Saturday Paper
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Winteri"silence", Maxine Beneba Clarke , single work poetry
The Many Facets of Zindzi Okenyo’s World, Steve Dow , single work column

'Zindzi Okenyo is asserting herself through her art – on stage, on screen and in the recording studio. Here, the singer-songwriter and actor talks about growing up in different parts of Australia, travelling to her father’s birth country, and being comfortable in her own skin. “The older that I’ve gotten, the more it seems to me the way to be better is to know yourself as much as possible and then relax into it.”' (Introduction)

Stan Grant : Australia Day, Thuy On , single work review

'Every year, in the lead-up to January 26, the spill of media becomes overwhelming, with newsprint, sound bites, social media and talkback radio all debating the legitimacy of this contentious date. It is interesting to note that Stan Grant’s book is called Australia Day and not Invasion Day. As a Wiradjuri and Kamilaroi man, he might understandably lend his support to the latter in recognition of colonisation and trauma. But his book is a passionate, earnest and, it has to be said, idealistic and hopeful attempt to douse the heat of identity politics, and to find a way beyond cultural warfare.'  (Introduction)

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