A Western Sydney Book Club – May 2023
May 24, 2023 6:30 pm — Tickets FREE
8 Victoria Rd Parramatta
May's Book: 'Tell Me Again' by Amy Thunig
About the Book
‘Tell Me Again’ by Amy Thunig is a memoir that delves into the themes of family, identity, and intergenerational trauma, offering a candid and poignant portrayal of Indigenous experiences. The story follows Amber, a young Aboriginal woman, as she grapples with the complexities of her family history and strives to find her own sense of self. Through Amber’s journey, the memoir sheds light on the profound impact of trauma on individuals and communities. With its raw and honest depiction of Indigenous experiences,
‘Tell Me Again’ is a crucial work that highlights issues often overlooked by mainstream media. A must-read for those seeking a deeper understanding of Australia’s First Nations people.
About the Facilitator
Jazz Money will facilitate the conversation around Tell Me Again by Amy Thunig on Wednesday 24th May 2023.
Jazz Money is a Wiradjuri poet and artist who uses poetics to create works across print, installation, digital, performance and film. Her writing and art has been presented, performed and published nationally and internationally. Jazz’s first poetry collection, the best-selling how to make a basket (UQP, 2021) won the David Unaipon Award.
This event will take place Wednesday, 24 May in the safe and welcoming space of Arts & Cultural Exchange, Parramatta.
Please join us from 6.30pm for a 7pm start. Registrations are essential. Click the link below to reserve your spot!
Join Jazz Money in a conversation about this month’s book, Tell Me Again by Amy Thunig.
This month’s edition takes place in the safe and welcoming space of Arts & Cultural Exchange, Parramatta.
A Western Sydney Book Club explores books led by guest authors, for readers, in and connected to Western Sydney.