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The Two Faces of a Bag Poet
Mar. 10, 2022
Hopeton George Gray
Fiction: General/Other
A young Aboriginal girl named Mary Coombla, she is a prodigy destined for greatness. She grew up in the infamous suburb REDFERN-Sydney, an Aboriginal enclave and she was on the cutting edge breaking the stereotype of her past generation.
She received a national scholarship to an all girl white school and she was the token pupil. Among many challenges she excelled above all expectation. Poetry and English was her forte and then she turned from page to stage and became a Dub-Poet to national acclaim.
She was a Star with many public appearances and she was known as the Bag Poet. An Australian imaginary story of Aboriginal upliftment and social progress.
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Author Hopeton George Gray was born in June 1950 in Montego Bay, Jamaica. At the age of twenty-nine, he was recruited by the Papua New Guinea government where he worked on a three-year contract as an engineer. He then moved to Australia where he gained his Masters of Engineering Science degree at the University of Sydney. However, throughout his career, poetry and creative writing have been his passion. He was able to publish various articles internationally and have taken up writing and public performances full time, hence the name Starman.

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