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10 deadly stories

In 2012 I participated in ALIA and TAFE NSW’s Promote Client Access to Literature subject as part of National Year of Reading. One assessment was to create an annotated bibliography on a blog (or – a blog reading map) based on a UN calendar event – I chose the International Day of the World’s Indigenous People. I highlighted 10 deadly stories from Indigenous people in Australia, New Zealand and the US in adult and young adult fiction, and creative nonfiction : http://10deadlystories.blogspot.com.au/.
I am grateful to Dr Anita Heiss for her Black Books list which was my starting point http://anitaheissblog.blogspot.com.au/2011/04/anitas-bbc-black-book-choice-reading.html

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This entry was posted on July 30, 2013 by in australian, book discovery, fiction, Indigenous stories, NZ, reader services, review.
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