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Black writers, white editors : episodes of collaboration and compromise in Australian publishing history

Author: Jennifer A Jones
Publisher: Sydney : Australian Scholarly Pub., 2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"When white people act as textual midwives for Aboriginal women writers, what happens to the baby? Black Writers, White Editors explores the outcomes of the editorial relationship for three indigenous women writers."--Back cover.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Oodgeroo Noonuccal; Margaret Tucker; Monica Clare
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jennifer A Jones
ISBN: 9781921509063 1921509066
OCLC Number: 318778878
Notes: Based on her 2001 Ph. D. thesis entitled 'Aboriginal women's autobiographical narratives and the politics of collaboration'.
Description: vii, 273 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Postcard one. Postcard from Oodgeroo" 'I'm no parrot' --
1. Editing Oodgeroo: transforming Stradbroke Dreamtime from strident political prose into harmless entertainment --
2. Publishing and politics: Oodgeroo's collaborative journey --
Postcard two. Postcard from margaret Tucker: 'God told me to write this, I'm writin' what He's tellin me' --
3. Editing according to the guidance of God: the making of Margaret Tucker's If Everyone Cared --
4. The contested memory of Margaret Tucker: moral rearmament, communism and unashionable commitment --
Postcard three. Postcard from Monica Clare: 'It was like this for most of us. That's how it was, and that's how it is for Aboriginal kids' --
5. Invisible workers leave a mark: the posthumous editing of Monica Clare's Karobran --
6. Literary links: Monica Clare and left-wing politics --
7. Questioning collaboration: the past, present and future of cross-cultural collaboration in Australian publishing.
Other Titles: Aboriginal women's autobiographical narratives and the politics of collaboration.
Responsibility: Jennifer Jones.

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"When white people act as textual midwives for Aboriginal women writers, what happens to the baby? Black Writers, White Editors explores the outcomes of the editorial relationship for three indigenous women writers."--Back cover.

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