Abstract

The growth in the publication of Indigenous literature in Australia is one of the most significant recent developments. This article discusses the treatment of Indigenous cultural themes (sometimes by non-Indigenous people), issues that confront publishers when dealing with Indigenous writers and illustrators, and how the establishment (or consolidation) of Indigenous publishing houses has been a force for change. [Warning: This article may contain names of deceased Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.]

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Additional Information

ISSN
1918-6983
Print ISSN
0006-7377
Pages
pp. 1-17
Launched on MUSE
2011-08-17
Open Access
No
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