Judith continued to fight both for the environment and for Aboriginal land rights until her death in June at the age of Shortly before her passing she attended a march in Canberra for reconciliation between white Australians and Indigenous people, full of hope that the tide might at last be turning.
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Find out more about Judith's life in Queensland and her work via a University of Queensland blog post reflecting on her centenary on 31 May Toggle navigation. Who was Judith Wright?
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He writes "I started performing poems as a timid person with a stutter but the spirit of the times soon converted me into a bellowing bull. During the s he travelled in to the UK and Europe and participated in the underground publishing and filmmaking scenes in Brighton and London. Returning to Australia in he worked as a draughtsman and continued publishing and performing, writing a novel about his travels entitled Destiny Wood. Duke's writings included translations of French and Eastern European Modernist poets but he is best remembered for his sound poems.
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Nicholas Zurbrugg describes his work as "the voice played like a human saxophone". He died 19 June