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      AUD$ 27.95

      Contemporary Indigenous Writing Skins is a unique collection of short stories full of passion warmth and humour. It reveals the rich diversity of styles and themes explored by critically acclaimed contemporary Indigenous writers in Australia New Zealand Canada and the United States. The voices in Skins are fresh and gritty expressing a wealth of different cultural experiences and realities. Co-published with Kegedonce Press (Canada)

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      Sweet Guy

      AUD$ 19.95

      Jared Thomas is a Nukunu person of the Southern Flinders Ranges and upper Spencer Gulf who was born and raised in Port Augusta. Jared has a Masters in English from Adelaide University. His first play ‘Flash Red Ford’ toured Uganda and Kenya in 1999 and his last work ‘Love Land and Money’ was featured during the 2002 Adelaide Fringe Festival. Jared is involved in various levels of film writing editing and production as well as being heavily involved in the Nukunu cultural heritage language and art projects.

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      This Country Anytime Anywhere

      AUD$ 19.95

      A contemporary collection that features works by emerging writers as well as many winners of Northern Territory literary awards, including Marie Munkara, winner of the 2008 David Unaipon Award for Every Secret Thing (also judged the 2010 Northern Territory Book of the Year Award).

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      Too Flash

      AUD$ 17.95

      It’s not a racial issue — or is it? ‘. . . rich in lively well-developed characters and strong female role models. . . tackles important and realistic issues with empathy good humour and a refreshing absence of political correctness.’ Ruth Starke Australian Book Review.

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      Untreated: Poems by Black Writers

      AUD$ 16.95

      This anthology of poetry brings together all the big names in Aboriginal writing and features a wide array of styles and topics.

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      AUD$ 22.95

      A story of loss and redemption, Watershed is a iconic novel of contemporary Australian life that is told with captivating blend of poignancy and sardonic humour.