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February 27th, 2016
Episode 2754 of 3777 episodes
The director of the first Victorian Indigenous literary festival says black writing is on the crest of a wave with an outpouring of Aboriginal stories being more widely published than ever before. The award-winning playwright Jane Harrison also asserts that there's now a critical mass of Indigenous writers working across literary genres.