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Issue Details: First known date: 2023... 2023 Postcards of Colonial Ghosting
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  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon A Line in the Sand Seaforth : Pantera Press , 2023 26831512 2023 anthology poetry 'An anthology spanning 20 years, 80 projects and 1200 commissioned poets with a body of original poetic work unlike any other literary organisation. Featuring 80 poems that are highly representative of both contemporary poetry as a form as well as drawing on a multitude of voices across the history of Red Room from a number of projects including Poem Forest, Mad Poetry, Writing in Resistance and Poetry in First Languages. The collection showcases some of our leading poets and writers, marginalised voices, First Nation poets, musicians, spoken word and hip hop artists, emerging young writers and public figures, including Archie Roach, Bruce Pascoe, Ali Cobby Eckerman, Dr Karl, Grace Tame and more.' (Publication summary) Seaforth : Pantera Press , 2023
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    y separately published work icon Woven : First Nations Poetic Conversations from the Fair Trade Project Anne-Marie Te Whiu (editor), Broome : Magabala Books , 2024 27133924 2024 anthology poetry

    'to open up / to respond as genuinely as possible / to offer hope / we want things to change / weaving solidarity from place and history / into collective purpose (Ellen Van Neerven and Layli Long Soldier)

    'Following from the much-loved Guwayu anthology, this second collaboration between Red Room Poetry and Magabala Books invites some of the world’s leading First Nations poets together in poetic conversation. This collection weaves words across lands and seas, gathering collaborative threads and shining a light on First Nations poetry from Australia and across the globe.

    ''By anchoring the project in relationality, Woven’s foundation is about how we connect with each other and what we are prepared, as First Nation artists, to offer and receive. The emphasis was about (re)generating poetic First Nations bonds ― solidarity, consensus, family, land, oceans, the moon, remembering, dreaming, sharing, opening, mourning, respect, celebrating, finding, losing, healing and more healing.' ― Anne-Marie Te Whiu' (Publication summary)

    Broome : Magabala Books , 2024
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