Award-winning Tasmanian, Bunurong and Yuin author Bruce Pascoe will kick off a new series of virtual author talks on Monday 24 August, examining topics such as truth-telling, recognition and what makes a good yarn.
Bruce – author of the famed Dark Emu and over 30 other books – will be joined by other leading First Nations authors for the free online Southern Deadly Yarns series, which is presented by Neporendi Aboriginal Forum Inc. and Onkaparinga Libraries.
Registrations for Bruce Pascoe’s free talk on Monday 24 August (6:30pm – 7:30pm) are now open and are filling up fast.
Dr Heiss is one of Australia’s most prolific and well-known authors, publishing across genres including non-fiction, historical fiction, women’s fiction and children’s novels.
Her talk will help celebrate Indigenous Literacy Day, focusing on her children’s novels, her work with the Indigenous Literacy Foundation, and how we can celebrate Indigenous Literacy Day to play a part in closing the literacy gap.
Tyson carves traditional tools and weapons, and works as a senior lecturer in Indigenous Knowledges at Deakin University in Melbourne.
His debut book, Sand Talk, looks at global systems from an Indigenous perspective. He asks how contemporary life diverges from the pattern of creation, how this affects us, and how we can do things differently.
Tiddas 4 Tiddas is a social media initiative dedicated to celebrating Indigenous women and girls through storytelling.
Marlee is also a podcaster and the author of the book, My Tidda, My Sister, which shares the experiences of many Indigenous women and girls, celebrating the Indigenous female experience through truth-telling.