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About the author; Title page; Imprint; Dedication; Contents; Author's Note; My Good Thing; Drought Core; Night Blindness; Stuff White People Like; Karko; Free with the Animals; Oak Trees in the Desert; Her Thoughts Heading North; Some Yellow Flowers; Acknowledgements; Wakefield Press.
Brave and beautifully written, the stories that make up this book chart the relationships white Australians have with the land and the Indigenous people they share it with. Cassie Flanagan Willanski's debut collection is about the invisible threads that connect us to old griefs, and the situations that give us courage for an uncertain future.
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