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    y separately published work icon Flock : First Nations Stories Then and Now Ellen van Neerven (editor), St Lucia : University of Queensland Press , 2021 20977737 2021 anthology single work prose short story Indigenous story

    'This wide-ranging and captivating anthology showcases both the power of First Nations writing and the satisfaction of a good short story. Curated by award-winning author Ellen van Neerven, Flock roams the landscape of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander storytelling, bringing together voices from across the generations. Featuring established authors such as Tony Birch and Melissa Lucashenko, and rising stars such as Adam Thompson and Mykaela Saunders, Flock confirms the ongoing resonance and originality of First Nations stories.' (Publication summary)

    St Lucia : University of Queensland Press , 2021
    pg. 169-179

Works about this Work

Everywhen Against ‘The Power of Now’ Mykaela Saunders , 2022 single work essay
— Appears in: Griffith Review , no. 76 2022; (p. 115-125)

'THERE ARE AS many ways of thinking about time as there are cultures, but I’m going to talk about the one I know best and contrast it with the one that we’ve been drowning in ever since colonial capitalism started pouring it over us in 1788.'(Introduction)

Everywhen Against ‘The Power of Now’ Mykaela Saunders , 2022 single work essay
— Appears in: Griffith Review , no. 76 2022; (p. 115-125)

'THERE ARE AS many ways of thinking about time as there are cultures, but I’m going to talk about the one I know best and contrast it with the one that we’ve been drowning in ever since colonial capitalism started pouring it over us in 1788.'(Introduction)

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