Synopses & Reviews
Brave, haunting, and evocative, this powerful volume presents its poetry in the form of a memoir. From the poets early experiences in an institution and the effect of this on her family to the illustration of her strength and independence as an adult, this biographical collection helps make the Aboriginal experience accessible and resonant. Exploring themes of art, identity, sexuality, and loneliness, this compendium is both universal and intimate.
About the Author
Elizabeth Hodgson has been featured in various magazines. She sits on the panel of the New South Wales Ministry for the Arts Advisory Council, the Indigenous Arts Reference Group, and facilitates, mentors, and writes for the Aboriginal Oral History Project.