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      Sweet Guy

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      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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      Take Power

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      An Anthology Celebrating Twenty Years of Land Rights in Central Australia This collection of stories is a resounding tribute to the strength of traditional Aboriginal Law and culture and to the workers for land rights who have helped shape the social and political landscape of a nation. Contributors include Geoff Eames Pat Dodson Gough Whitlam Sir Edward Woodward and Paul Memmott.

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      The Flaming Desert

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      Peter Latz dispels convincingly the view that the desert is timeless and unchanging, leading the reader along the path of reading country through acute field observations combined with the latest in satellite image interpretation and computer studies of vegetation

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      The Town Grew Up Dancing

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      This is a powerful and fascinating story of recent Indigenous history in Australia. Wenten Rubuntja is an Arrernte man who has made a major contribution to the art and politics of his time. Highly respected for the depth and breadth of his traditional contemporary worlds.

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      The Versatile Man (Don Ross)

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      The Life and Times of Don Ross Kaytetye Stockman

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      This Country Anytime Anywhere

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      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

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      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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      Unte Nthenharenye? (Where do you come from?)

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      An Arrernte Curriculum Project which features a book and audio cassette of eight contemporary Arrernte songs. A fun songbook for children and helpful for those learning Arrernte.

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      Untreated: Poems by Black Writers

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      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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      Warlpiri Picture Dictionary

      AUD$29.95

      The Warlpiri Picture Dictionary is part of an innovative series of illustrated Aboriginal language dictionaries. This picture dictionary is a valuable resource for school children and their teachers, for Warlpiri speakers wanting to learning Warlpiri literacy, and for anyone wanting to learn about the Warlpiri language of Central Australia.

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      Warumungu Picture Dictionary

      AUD$32.95

      The Warumungu Picture Dictionary is part of an innovative series of illustrated Aboriginal language dictionaries. This picture dictionary is a valuable resource for school children and their teachers, for Warumungu speakers wanting to learn Warumungu literacy, and for anyone wanting to learn about the Warumungu language of Central Australia.

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      Watershed

      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.

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      Western Arranta Picture Dictionary

      AUD$29.95

      The Western Arrarnta language, is spoken every day by about 1500 people in Central Australia. Most speakers live west of Alice Springs. Western Arrarnta -speaking communities include Ntaria (Hermannsberg), Gilbert Springs, Kulpitarra, Ipolera, Undarana, Wallace Rockhole, Red Sand Hill, and Ilmanta (Running Water).

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      Women's Stories from Laramba

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      Celebrated singers and dancers the Laramba women share their stories of hunting of ceremony and of moving across the country. Their rich and detailed knowledge of their environment — the plants animals water sources and bush medicines — is told in Western Anmatyerr and English.

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      Yami

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      Yami Lester Strong simple and good humoured Yami’s story is essential reading for anyone interested in Aboriginal history — or willing to be inspired by a unique and courageous life

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      Yothu Yindi Mari Guthurra - Grandmother, Mother and Grandchild

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      Yothu Yindi Mari Guthurra is an example of both world working together and Communities such as Milingimbi need each other. This is because amidst it all and from the words of Ganygulpa Dhurrakay…"it starts from the head and the heart for us, it is the voice of women the bearers of men, women and children who are calling for a return to tradition and cultural connection points to help improve health.."