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February 27th, 2016
Episode 912 of 1214 episodes
The bestselling author and raconteur Anita Heiss presents some compelling reasons to read Indigenous literature. In her opening address to the Blak and Bright Indigenous literary festival last weekend in Melbourne, Anita draws on the history of black writing to the work of living authors like Melissa Lucashenko, Kim Scott and Alexis Wright.
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