Interview with Australian Poets Leni Shilton and Renee Pettitt-Schipp

New Books Network 2018

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In this special episode of New Books in Australian and New Zealand Studies, we are joined by two fantastic Australian poets. In her new...

In this special episode of New Books in Australian and New Zealand Studies, we are joined by two fantastic Australian poets.

In her new poetic narrative, Walking with Camels: The Story of Bertha Strehlow (UWA Publishing, 2018), poet Leni Shilton takes us back to Central Australia of the 1930s to tell the story of Bertha Strehlow, one of very few white women living among Aboriginal people at the time.

In her new collection, The Sky Runs Right Through Us: Poems from the Edge of the Indian Ocean (UWA Publishing, 2018), poet Renee Pettitt-Schipp recounts her time working with asylum seeker and islander students on Christmas Island and the Cocos (Keeling) Islands, an experience that can never be forgotten, even after her return to the Australian mainland.

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