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Issue Details: First known date: 1998... 1998 Way to Forget
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Adapted for the 1996 film No Way to Forget directed by Richard Frankland. Screenplay by Richard Frankland
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    y separately published work icon Across Country : Stories from Aboriginal Australia Kerry Davies (editor), Sydney : ABC Books , 1998 Z24479 1998 anthology short story

    'Collection of stories by Aboriginal people from across Australia, dealing with topics such as coming to terms with the past, coping with racism, relationships, childhood, work and the future. Contributors include Beatrice Ballangarry, John Clark, Bruce Pascoe and Janice Slater.' (Source: Google Books website)

    Sydney : ABC Books , 1998
    pg. 72-74
Alternative title: No Way to Forget
Alternative title: Tiada Cara Melupa
Language: English , Indonesian
Notes:
This version is considerably longer than the earlier published 'Way to Forget.'
Notes:
Editor's note: 'No Way to Forget' formed the basis for the short film No Way to Forget by Richard J. Frankland, a former Koori Field Officer/Investigator for the Royal Commission into Black Deaths in Custody.
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    y separately published work icon TERRA : A Bilingual Anthology of Writing from WordStorm, the Northern Territory's Writers' Festival Terra : Anthologi Dwi Bahasa dari Wordstorm, Festival Sastra Northern Territory, Australia Sandra Thibodeaux (editor), Sitok Srengenge (editor), Kadek Krishna Adidharma (translator), Darwin : Northern Territory Writers' Centre KataKita , 2007 Z1393108 2007 anthology poetry prose short story drama

    Terra is 'the first bilingual anthology (Indonesian-English) representing the Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australian, East Timorese and Indonesian authors that WordStorm has gathered around itself. The collection features the poetry and short stories of writers such as Ayu Utami, Sam Wagan Watson, Richard J Frankland, Frank Moorhouse, Abe Barreto Soares, Dorothy Porter, Nick Earls, Jared Thomas, Nukila Amal, Sitok Srengenge, Alec Kruger, Mark Bowling, Graham Nunn, Kaye Aldenhoven and about 29 others.

    'Terra examines questions of identity and belonging, land and dispossession, violence and reconciliation. (Northern Territory Writers' Centre media release)

    Darwin : Northern Territory Writers' Centre KataKita , 2007
    pg. 382-393
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