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Tag Archives: identity
Which is truer – Fact or Fiction – in search of the authentic writing self – Saturday Writing Sagas 9
I choose to speak in riddles. The first time I wrote this post it had more overtly personal family stories in it, yet I backed away and thought I can’t write that post yet because I am grappling with a … Continue reading
She called me Paisa, respecting my PNG heritage before I fully did. She was a proud Pom and had perfect Alexander technique poise. We wrote in purple pens, a purple language, long before I knew of purple prose. Everything was ‘purple’ … Continue reading
Ever been through a process of reinvention? I have been thinking a lot about this lately. After completing a PhD at the University of Sydney six years ago I was tired. I had done this with three kids, several house … Continue reading
Australia a home for all people, but looking for peace within with some of its first people. Travelling overseas we find out what others truly think of us, and sometimes it might shock us to know we are seen as … Continue reading
Extract — AWW’s first guest blog: “Aboriginal Women Writers – The fight for Literacy and Literary Freedom and a true name calling” by Dr June Perkins My search to understand and identify Aboriginal women’s literature began naively and in earnest … Continue reading