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That Deadman Dance - Kim Scott

That Deadman Dance was the 2011 winner of the Miles Franklin Award and the third book by Kim Scott.

It concerns the first contact between white men and the local Aboriginal Noongar people around Albany in the South West of Western Australia in the early 1800s. 487 more words

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Amanda Canham


ABOUT AMANDA CANHAM

Always the straightest arrow in a creative family, I left my imagination in the hands of the very skilled authors I grew up reading. 77 more words

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Marianne Curley


ABOUT MARIANNE CURLEY

I was born on the 20th of May, 1959 in Windsor, New South Wales, Australia. The youngest of four children, I lived with my family in a small timber house on the banks of the Hawkesbury River. 368 more words

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J.B Hartnett


ABOUT J.B HARTNETT

A Southern California native, Julie is a fan of a really good story, really good pie and really good coffee. She lives with her husband and two boys in Melbourne, Australia. 13 more words

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