A vast, “open-wound theatre” that peers deep into a continent’s soul.
Tag: Indigenous writers
Review: We Come With This Place by Debra Dank
A rich and beautiful history of family and place.
Review: This All Come Back Now (edited by Mykaela Saunders)
A spectacular anthology of First Nations spec fic.
Review: Against Disappearance (edited by Leah Jing McIntosh and Adolfo Aranjuez)
A challenging, demanding and exciting collection of nonfiction.
Review: Homecoming by Elfie Shiosaki
A stunning reimagining of the archives to reveal the people within them.
Review: Dropbear by Evelyn Araluen
A startling collection of poetry, prose-poetry and prose that resists literary colonisation.
Review: Born Into This by Adam Thompson
Born Into This is an effective demand to be heard.
Review: Collisions (edited by Leah Jing McIntosh, Cher Tan, Adalya Nash Hussein and Hassan Abul)
Collisions aims to “shift the Australian imaginary”.
Review: Nganajungu Yagu by Charmaine Papertalk Green
A beautiful, profoundly moving tribute to the relationship between mother and daughter.
Review: Song Of The Crocodile by Nardi Simpson
Another unpredictable and unsettling novel from the latest flourishing of Aboriginal writing.