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Date: 17 Feb 2011 Place: The University of Western Australia, Crawley, Inner Perth, Perth, Western Australia,
Issue Details: First known date: 2012... 2012 Can You Anchor a Shimmering Nation State via Regional Indigenous Roots? Kim Scott talks to Anne Brewster about That Deadman Dance
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'This interview focuses mainly on Kim Scott's new novel That Deadman Dance which won the regional Commonwealth Writers Prize (Southeast Asian and Pacific region) and the Miles Franklin Award. The topics of conversation include Scott's involvement in the Noongar language project (and the relationship of this project to the novel), the novel itself, the challenges of writing in English, the resistance paradigm and indigenous sovereignty and nationalism.' (Author's abstract)

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