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We have not one but TWO books reviewed in the Nine media today. The Big Teal by @simonahac @climate200 and My People’s Songs
by Joel Stephen Birnie. 💥 https://www.smh.com.au/culture/books/what-to-read-next-a-comic-erotic-novel-and-an-inspired-memoir-20221128-p5c1rv.html
“Birnie has given back to Tasmanian Aboriginal communities a story of ourselves and a template of how we might proceed to think of other men and women who need to be reclaimed.” Emma Lee reviews Joel Stephen Birnie’s ‘My People’s Songs,’ from @MonashPub http://inside.org.au/the-matriarchs