Yarning Up with Dr Anita Heiss
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In this episode, Caroline is joined by proud Wiradjuri women and well known author and commentator, Dr Anita Heiss.  

Caroline and Anita yarn about Anita’s extensive career, having published 20 non-fiction, historical fiction, commercial fiction and children’s novels.

They discuss the power of stories, and the escapism it brings. Including, Anita’s book ‘Growing up Aboriginal in Australia’. And what led Anita to totally rewrote her memoir, ‘Am I Black Enough For You?’ 10 years after it was originally published in 2011.  Anita also shares how she, too, has battled with imposter syndrome and finding confidence. 

To learn more about Dr Anita and her work, follow her on Instagram @dranitaheiss and visit her website here. If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a review and don’t forget to follow the show! 

Links to Dr Anita’s book recommendations;

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We would like to acknowledge Aboriginal people as Australia’s First Peoples’ who have never ceded their sovereignty. We acknowledge the Wurundjeri/Woiwurrung people of the Kulin Nation where the podcast was taped. We pay our deepest respects to Traditional Owners across Australia and Elders past, present and emerging.

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