An Interview with Archie Weller


Weller discusses the relationship between Aboriginal literature and (white) academia, and his approach to writing Aboriginality, particularly in terms of characterisation, form and style.

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Published 1 October 1993 in Volume 16 No. 2. Subjects: Aboriginal fringe dwellers, Aboriginal writers, Australian literary criticism, Australian literature - Funding & patronage, Brisbane, Characterisation, Creative imagination, Heroes, Irish people, Literary portrayal, Mateship, Narrative techniques, Racial identity - Literary portrayal, Realism, Writer's craft.

Cite as: Little, Janine. ‘An Interview with Archie Weller.’ Australian Literary Studies, vol. 16, no. 2, 1993, doi: 10.20314/als.86b69cbf5a.