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I first came across this book in a café while waiting for my coffee and was
instantly captivated by it. Beautiful + vulnerable words from First Nations
men. A special array of stories + reflections that will break your heart and
equally inspire you to learn more. This book is an eye-opener, a tear-jerker
and a quite frankly, a must-read.
Along with his own vivid and poignant prose and poetry, author and editor Thomas Mayor invites 12 contributors to write a letter to their son, father or nephew, bringing together a range of perspectives that offers the greatest celebration of First Nations manhood.
This beautifully designed anthology comes at a time when First Nations peoples are starting to break free of derogatory stereotypes and find solace in their communities and cultures. Yet,each contributor also has one thing in common: they all have a relative who has been terribly wronged – enslaved, raped and dispossessed because of their Aboriginality.
Featuring letters from Stan Grant, Troy Cassar-Daley, John Liddle, Charlie King, Joe Williams, Yessie Mosby, Joel Bayliss, Daniel James, Jack Latimore, Daniel Morrison, Tim Sculthorpe and Blak Douglas
A gentle and loving book for families from anywhere in the world. Artwork by proud Kaurna/Ngarrindjeri/Narrunga/Italian Australian artist Tony Wilson, with illustrations and design by Gamilaraay designer Tristan Schultz of Relative Creative.
Dimensions (cm) 21.6 x 13.8