ISBN 978-1-922629-51-7

Yanga Portrait of a National Secret

 Recently published in new York Adelaide magazine, also published in numerous anthologies and poetry journals, having written over 6,000 poems, nine children’s books yet to be published, her inspiration comes from her supportive family and cherished children of three. she has received numerous awards and certificates, including an international ambassador of peace award, her passion for poetry was discovered at a young age, where she found a deep sense of belonging. Nardine hopes to inspire the world through her mix of poetry about love, life and death, taking the reader on a journey throughout her desires and dreams, her biggest ambition is to teach poetry and help others express their emotions in this great form which is the art of poetry.

About the Author

Graduating from the C.B. Alexander Agricultural College, Tocal, Paterson in 1971, Alistair Cox began his pastoral career as a jackaroo with the Naroo Pastoral Company. He served on many well-known sheep stations and Merino studs, including Mungadal, Wonga and Raby in a long association with the pastoral industry.

That interest in the Merino industry led to two publications about the Merino sheep in Australia – Once, a splendid coin and Tom Culley, a reflection.

Stephen lives in the Riverina where he writes for the rural newspaper, The Land.