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Issue Details: First known date: 2011... 2011 A Parable
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  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon National Indigenous Times vol. 10 no. 229 7 July 2011 Z1799371 2011 newspaper issue 2011 pg. 39
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Etchings Indigenous: Treaty Timmah Ball (editor), Scott Halligan (editor), Melbourne : Ilura Press , 2011 Z1843398 2011 anthology poetry short story interview prose

    'The second volume of new writing and art from emerging and established Aboriginal artists and writers, featuring stories, poetry, art, photography, and a range of reviews, interviews, and insights. Treaty takes the reader into some serious territories, but remains focused on placing Indigenous culture in the public sphere, forging connections and engagement between all Australians. Treaty invites you to imagine what this could mean for Aboriginal people and how we must learn from our troubled colonial history. With contributions by Bruce Pascoe, Lionel Fogarty, Ali Cobby Eckermann, Maryanne Sam, Melissa McAllister, Patsy Smith, Tony Birch, Peter Waples-Crowe, Wayne Quilliam, James Henry, and many others.' (Source: TROVE)

    Melbourne : Ilura Press , 2011
    pg. 148
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon The Intervention : An Anthology Rosie Scott (editor), Anita Heiss (editor), Sydney : Concerned Australians , 2015 8558458 2015 anthology poetry essay prose

    'In this historic anthology, award-winning writers Rosie Scott and Dr Anita Heiss have gathered together the work of twenty of Australian’s finest writers both Indigenous and non-Indigenous together with powerful statements from Northern Territory Elders to bring a new dimension and urgency to an issue that has remained largely outside the public radar...' (Source: Booktopia website)

    Sydney : Concerned Australians , 2015
    pg. 157
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