Thanks to A.J. Carruthers for an enlightening month of blogs. This month our blogger is Natalie Harkin. Natalie Harkin is a Narungga woman from the Chester family in South Australia. She is an academic and activist-poet with an interest in the state’s colonial archives and Aboriginal family records. Her words have been installed and projected in exhibitions comprising text-object-video projection, including with the Unbound Collective, and her first poetry manuscript, Dirty Words, was published by Cordite Books in 2015.
- In her pocket she carries her heart April 18, 2017
- Caravan to Yale – A Tjindarella Story April 7, 2017
- April Monthly Blogger – Natalie Harkin April 4, 2017
- My ‘Avant-Garde Card’: Five Aesthetic Categories March 30, 2017
- Contemporary Experimental Poetry in Australia: Tendencies and Directions March 26, 2017
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