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Skins free pdf Contemporary Indigenous Writing Skins is a unique collection of short stories full of passion warmth and humour. It reveals the rich diversity of styles and themes explored by critically acclaimed contemporary Indigenous writers in Australia New Zealand Canada and the United States. The voices in Skins are fresh and gritty expressing a wealth of different cultural experiences and realities. Co-published with Kegedonce Press (Canada) New Zealand, skins is an exciting new addition to Indigenous literature in print. Among celebrated names like Maria Campbell (Halfbreed), Alootook Ipellie (Arctic Dreams and Nightmares), Sally Morgan (My Place), Patricia Grace (Potiki), Sherman Alexie (Smoke Signals), Linda Hogan (Seeing through the Sun and Mean Spirit), Thomas King (Green Grass, Running Water), Louise Erdrich (Tracks) and Witi Ihimaera (Bulibasha), skins also presents some of the brightest emerging Indigenous talent from around the world. These writers have given us classic works and daring innovation- they are marking out new trails for the writers who will follow. And, as these pages show, they are producing some of the most inspiring beautiful and provocative writing anywhere.

About Karee Akiwenzie-Damm

Kateri Akiwenzie-Damm is an Anishnaabe writer of mixed descent from the Chippewas of Nawash First Nation on the Saugeen Peninsula in south western Ontario. Her writing has been published in anthologies, journals, and magazines in North America, Aotearoa, Australia and Germany. Kateri is currently working on a CD of spoken word poetry with a group of international Indigenous musicians and friends. Josie Douglas is of Wardaman descent: her grandmother's country is just south of Katherine in Australia's Northern Territory. Josie has worked in the publishing industry for seven years, and has spoken throughout Australia on Indigenous literature and publishing. She has a Bachelor of Arts (Australian Studies) from the University of South Australia and currently lives in Alice Springs with ther partner and children.

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Author : Karee Akiwenzie-Damm
Publisher : IAD Press
Data Published : 01 October 2000
ISBN : 186465032X
EAN : 9781864650327
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 208 pages
Age + : 18 years
Language : English
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