Tara June Winch

Country: Australia/France

Tara June Winch is an Australian (Wiradjuri) writer based in France. She explores ideas of Indigenous culture and language, belonging to landscape, and colonialism. She’s also written about ideas of exile and motherhood. She is the author of the story collection After the Carnage and the novels Swallow the Air, and The Yield.

Supported by MUD Literary Club.

Tara June Winch adalah seorang penulis Australia (Wiradjuri) yang tinggal di Prancis. Ia mengeksplorasi ide-ide budaya dan bahasa pribumi, termasuk lanskap, dan kolonialisme. Ia juga menulis tentang ide pengasingan dan menjadi seorang ibu. Ia adalah penulis kumpulan cerita After the Carnage dan novel Swallow the Air, dan The Yield.

Didukung oleh MUD Literary Club.

Appearing in

Main Program | Language Life Support

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Main Program | Blending In, Blending Out

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Main Program | Multilingual Wordsmiths

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Special Event | Stories of Seeking Asylum

An unprecedented 70.8 million people around the world have been forced from home, and refugee writers are bringing first-hand accounts onto front pages and family bookshelves. Join Festival guests from …