In the first of our Summer readings series, Phillip Hall.
Phillip Hall worked for many years as a teacher of outdoor education and sport throughout regional New South Wales, Northern Queensland and the Northern Territory.
He now resides in Melbourne’s Sunshine, where he works fulltime as a writer. He also works as an editor with Verity La’s ‘Emerging Indigenous Writers Project’ and as a poetry reader at Overland. In 2015 he published Diwurruwurru, a book of his collaborations with the Borroloola Poetry Club. A new collection of place-based poetry, Fume, is to be published by UWAP. This project celebrates Indigenous culture in the Northern Territory’s Gulf of Carpentaria.
This episode hosted by Shane Strange
Sound production by Samuel Byrnand