Bruce Pascoe

Bruce Pascoe is of Bunurong, Yuin, Tasmanian heritage. He is a board member of First Languages Australia. Past Secretary Bidwell-Maap Aboriginal Nation. published and edited Australian Short Stories magazine1982-1999, was winner Australian Literature Award (Shark) 1999, Radio National Short Story 1998, FAW Short Story 2010, Prime Minister’s Award for Literature (Yong Adult) 2013, NSW Premier’s Book of the Year, Dark Emu, 2016. His books include Night Animals, Fox, Ruby Eyed Coucal, Shark, Ocean, Earth, Bloke, Cape Otway, Convincing Ground, Little Red Yellow and Black Book, Fog a dox and Dark Emu. Dark Emu the history of Aboriginal agriculture was published in 2014 and was shortlisted in the Victorian and Queensland Literature awards and won the NSW Premier’s book of the Year, 2016. Sea Horse, young adult novel, Magabala 2015, Mrs Whitlam, YA, 2016. He lives in Gipsy Point, Far East Gippsland with, Lyn Harwood. Two children, three grandchildren.

Saturday August 26 Figueria da Foz

When you see the subsiding sun lip and slip the west’s salty hip only those who have not kissed will not move their tongue and remember. Only those who have not lost will turn away before that last ecstatic slide …

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Introduction to Louise Crisp’s Yuiquimbiang

Read. This is poetry. Both a praise and a lament for Country. Read. There is little like it. Australia struggles with an embrace of the past, but Louise Crisp does not flinch from the intimacy of fact.

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39B मे प्रेम | Love in 39B

Translated from the English to the Hindi by Jasmeet Kaur Sahi लंबी फ्लाइट पर जागा इयरफोन बेअदबि से तिरछे किसी लुड़के हुए प्रेयिंग मॅनटिस की तरह ट्रवियेटा चल रहा था वही सरसराती मदहोश बेहोशी जो मेरी नींद और कानो के …

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