Lunchtime Talk: Bruce Pascoe

Award-winning author Bruce Pascoe (Bunurong, Yuin and Tasmanian) will discuss Aboriginal agriculture and the role of native grasses in the Aboriginal economy.

 
Bruce Pascoe is a Bunurong, Yuin and Tasmanian Aboriginal man, and an award-winning Australian writer, editor and anthologist. His books include Shark, Ruby-eyed Coucal, Ocean, Earth and Nightjar. Bruce has also written a number of non-fiction works, most recently Dark Emu, Convincing Ground, a Wathaurong language dictionary and The Little Red, Yellow, Black Book. Dark Emu has won a slew of awards, including Book of the Year and the Indigenous Writers’ Prize in the 2016 Premier’s Literary Awards, as well as 2014 Queensland Literary Awards.

 

When

3 October 2016, 1pm

Add to Calendar Australia/Sydney Lunchtime Talk: Bruce Pascoe Award-winning author Bruce Pascoe (Bunurong, Yuin and Tasmanian) discusses Aboriginal agriculture and the role of native grasses in the Aboriginal economy. Public Program Marquee, Royal Botanic Garden Sydney

Where

Public Program Marquee, Royal Botanic Garden Sydney

Admission

Free, no bookings reuqired