Sorry Day, 2020 Today (26 May, 2020) marks three years since the Uluru Statement was gifted to all Australians by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Finding the Heart of the Nation: The Journey of the Uluru Statement towards Voice, Treaty and Truth “The words remind us that colonisation did… Read More »Book Review: Finding the Heart of the Nation
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by Alice Walker This was a classic that I had long been eager to read. I struggle to read dialectical texts so I chose the audiobook and I greatly enjoyed the narration by Alice Walker. The voice acting didn’t distract me either as a positive nor negative feature. The film… Read More »Book Review: The Color Purple
by Mandy Beaumont Author Mandy Beaumont curates her words as carefully as she does the stories and the content of this collection. The stories are as brutal as they are beautiful and there is a distinct discomfort in the elegance of some of these experiences, so eloquently placed there for… Read More »Book Review: Wild Fearless Chests
Growing by diving in In 2019, the Centre for Stories selected a number of emerging writers to be part of an inaugural Fellowship called Inclusion Matters. I was fortunate to be selected to be one of the fellows and this represented the start of a new chapter in my life,… Read More »The nail that sticks out