Longlisted for the 2014 Stella Prize

Mullumbimbi – Melissa Lucashenko

Fiction · UQP

Mullumbimbi

About the book

“The conflict at this novel’s heart is between two Aboriginal claimants to land rights, with Jo as observer. This novel is a passionate, warm-hearted and accessible exploration of the Aboriginal relationship to country

– 2014 Stella Prize Judges

Melissa Lucashenko

About the author


Melissa Lucashenko

Judges’ report


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