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Bright spark: Alison Whittaker on ‘Lemons in the Chicken Wire’

Alison Whittaker received a black&write! Indigenous Writing Fellowship for her debut poetry collection Lemons in the Chicken Wire. Reviewer Hilary Simmons says it ‘introduces her as a force to be reckoned with’. She spoke to the author. You’re studying law and were heavily involved in campus politics in the past....

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