The South Coast Writers Centre presents readings from the anniversary edition of Dreaming Inside – Voices from Junee Correctional Centre, Volume 5. This anthology of writing by inmates includes special contributions from Black Wallaby Writers Jim Everett and Bruce Pascoe, with a keynote by Tony Birch. This session includes readings by John Muk Muk Burke, Aunty Barbara Nicholson and Friederike Krishnabhakdi-Vasilakis.

South Coast Writers Centre’s Indigenous Writing program is supported by the Wollongong Art Gallery and Arts NSW.

 

Entry is $5. All proceeds to South Coast Writers Centre's Indigenous program. Tickets available at the door.

 

 

Aunty Barbara Nicholson (Australian)

Aunty Barbara Nicholson

Aunty Barbara Nicholson is a Wadi Wadi Elder from the Illawarra who holds a degree in English Literature (Newcastle) and an Honorary Doctorate of Laws (UOW). She initiated the Ngana Barangarai (Black Wallaby) project which has collected and published writing from First Australian inmates in Junee Jail for the last eight years. Dreaming Inside: Voices from Junee Correctional Centre Volume 9 is a unique collection of the authentic voices of its contributors.

Aunty Barbara Nicholson (Australian)

Aunty Barbara Nicholson

Aunty Barbara Nicholson is a Wadi Wadi Elder from the Illawarra who holds a degree in English Literature (Newcastle) and an Honorary Doctorate of Laws (UOW). She initiated the Ngana Barangarai (Black Wallaby) project which has collected and published writing from First Australian inmates in Junee Jail for the last eight years. Dreaming Inside: Voices from Junee Correctional Centre Volume 9 is a unique collection of the authentic voices of its contributors.