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Dr Dylan Coleman

Telephone +61 8 8313 6878
Position Lecturer
Email dylan.coleman@adelaide.edu.au
Building Barr Smith South
Floor/Room 3
Campus North Terrace
Org Unit Yaitya Purruna, Indigenous Health Unit

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Qualifications

1991  BA (AAA): University of South Australia and Northern Arizona University, USA.

2011  MA (CW): University of Adelaide, South Australia.

2011  PhD (CW): University of Adelaide, South Australia.

2012  Grad. Cert.in Higher Education: University of Adelaide, South Australia.

Biography

Dylan is a Kokatha (Gugatha) Aboriginal/Greek woman from the far west coast of South Australia. She is a Lecturer in Yaitya Purruna Indigenous Health Unit, Faculty of Health Sciences, at the University of Adelaide. In 2011, Dylan completed her doctorate at the University of Adelaide's English Department.  It explores Indigenous narrative process and its capacity to recreate stories of trauma and loss into ones of survival and liberation.  In 2011, the creative component of Dylan's PhD,  Mazin Grace, won the Arts Queensland David Unaipon Award for Unpublished Indigenous Manuscript, as part of the Queensland Premiers Literary Awards. In 2012 Mazin Grace was published and in 2013 was longlisted for the Stella Prize, and shortlisted for the Commonwealth Book Prize.  Her experience is in community engagement within various Indigenous communities throughout Australia, and in South Australia in the area of public health, with a focus on substance misuse and building community capacity and resilience through community controlled approaches to health. Current research includes regulation and law in relation to the maintaining of healthy weight in Aboriginal children; and aspirational pathways for Indigenous youth supported by collaborative and co-ordinated multi-service delivery approaches. Dylan also has a keen interest in Indigenous Sovereignty and community pathways to Aboriginal self-government and supports the Constitutional Recognition campaign. 

Research Interests

  • Indigenous community engagement.
  • Social determinants of Indigenous health.
  • Equitable and accountable frameworks in health policy development and delivery.
  • Indigenous pathways to university Health Science degrees.
  • Creative approaches to teaching and learning in the Health Sciences.
  • Embedding Indigenous Knoweldges into Health Sciences curriculum.
  • Intersections between creative media and psychological trauma recovery.
  • Indigenous Research Methodologies with a particular interest in Participatory Action Research methodologies.
  • King William IV's 1836 Letters Patent: founding document of South Australia (with enshrined native title rights)
  • Aboriginal sovereignty and approaches to Aboriginal self-governemnt.

Research

  • SA Health  Post-doctoral Research Fellow Scholarship working with The Second Story Youth Health Service: Hopes and Dreams: a Storyboard of Resilence: Indigenous youth in the northern suburbs define pathways to healthy and hopeful futures through a creative narrative storytelling tool.
  • HealthyViews, Aboriginal community perspectives on the use of regulation and law for maintaining healthy weight in children. Member of Advisory Committee. 2013-2015.
  • Well Child Research Project: systematic review of the prevalence of overweight and obesity in Australian Indigenous children. Research Team Member, 2014.

Grants

SA Film Corporation, Aboriginal Project Development for Mazin Grace the TV Series (Creative Component of PhD work), (Writing Team: Dylan Coleman & Staurme Glastonbury, Mentor Scriptwriter: Alison Tilson), 2016.

NITV Our Stories, micro-documentary on the Brody Family, 2016.

SA Film Corporation/NITV, NAIDOC Week micro-documentary grant, 2015.

Screen Australia/NITV/MRC,  'First Story' Indigenous Short Film Drama grant, 2015.

SA Health Post-doctoral Research Fellow Scholarship,2013-15.

Street, J, Gomersall JS, Taylor A, Davy C, Coleman, D. University of Adelaide Interdisciplinary grant. The prevalence and characteristics of obesity and overweight in Aboriginal Children. 2014.

School of Population Health Travel and Professional Development grant, 2014.

Indigenous Staff International Travel grant, University of Adelaide, 2014.

Carclew Project and Development grant, 2014.

Arts SA Literature: Editing Mentorship, 2005.

 

Teaching  (& Curriculum Development)

  • Indigenous Health III  (B/HS) (2014-15) (Coordinator, teacher/tutor)
  • Social Foundations of Health: Indigenous health module (B/HS) (2013-2015) (one of three modules taught, Co-ordinator Dr Shona Crabb)                 
  • Indigenous Health: core component (MBBS) 1st, 2nd, & 3rd Year students  (2012-2015) (taught with Mr Alwin Chong)                                                                     
  • Dentistry and Oral Health: Indigenous health lectures (2011-2015) (in collaboration with Dr Eleanor Parker and Dr Thanh Vu)
  • Indigenous Health Elective II  (2011-2012) (Coordinator)
  • Wilto Yerlo Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Humanities/Social Sciences Foundation Program, University of Adelaide, (now known as the Wirltu Yarlu University Preparatory Program). Established this program with Susan Cole (and with early input from Fabienne Bayet-Charlton) and taught in its inaugural year (1995-1996).

Publications

Reports and articles 

  • Dyer, Suzanne, Streak Gomersall, Judith, Smithers, Lisa, Davy, Carol, Coleman, Dylan, Street, Jackie. Prevalence and characteristics of overweight and obesity in Indigenous Australian children: A systematic review. Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition. Accepted for publication November 2014. IF 5.5

  • Has South Australia Come of Age? (176th Birthday of the Letters Patent of South Australia) National Indigenous Times, 22 February, 2012:29.
  • Our Journey @ Health, Aboriginal Health Promotion Publication, Aboriginal Health Division, South Australian Department of Health, 2006.
  • A Time for Healing: Substance Misuse Strategy for the Indigenous People of Ceduna and Surrounding Areas, Department of Human Services, South Australia, 2001.
  • Creating the Collaborative Environment with Indigenous Students (in the ATSI Humanities/Social Sciences Foundation Program, Wilto Yerlo), HERDSA Conference Proceedings Document (International Publication), 1997.
  • Reflections, University of South Australia Publication: article on cultural exchange trip to Northern Arizona University, 1992.

Chapters and Short Stories

  • Southerly: A Handful of Sand: words to the frontline. Ngoonji Bala (extract from Chapter 6 of novel: Mazin Grace, 2012). Volume 71, Number 2, 2011.
  • Culture Is….Anthology, Seven Sister’s Strong, Multi-cultural Writer’s Association Publication, Wakefield Press, 2008.
  • The Body Anthology, Wailbia Gu Burru. Adelaide University Publication, Wakefield Press, 2004.

Novels 

  • Crossing Country, Yarning Strong series. Oxford University Press and Laguna Bay Publishing, 2014 (children's novel that teaches youth about the 1836 Letters Patent, and Aboriginal cultural protocol when crossing other peoples country).
  • Mazin Grace, University of Queensland Press, 2012.
  • Clear Water White Death: Storm on the Horizon (unpublished, to be considered for publication, 2016).

Film

Productions

  • Spin Out, short film drama. NITV/MRC 'First Story' initative. Written by Staurme Glastonbury and Dylan Coleman. Directed by Dylan Coleman and Staurme Glastonbury. Produced by Caroline Mann, 2016.
  • Earth, Sea, Sky, short documentaray. Directed by Dylan Coleman. Produced by Trina Lucas.  9:16 Film Festival Program, Adelaide Film Festival2015. Nominated for the Fleurieu Peninsula Film Festival Awards, 2016. Nominated for the South Australian Screenwriter's Awards, 2016.
  • Walking with us, short documentary. Directed by Dylan Coleman. Produced by Trina Lucas.NITV/SA Film Corporation, 2015 NAIDOC Week initative, broadcast on NITV NAIDOC Week 2015. Nominated for the South Australian Screen Awards, 2016.
  • Through the Eyes of Grace, mini-documentary. NITV/MRC Regional, Remote and Emerging Film-makers initiative. Writer/Director/Producer: Story of Mercy Glastonbury and the journey of writing her story Mazin Grace. Broadcast on NITV 4th December, 2013, 6:30pm.

Screenplays

  • Spin-Out, short-film written by Staurme Glastonbury  and Dylan Coleman, 2014. Producer Caroline Mann. Short-listed and chosen for the 'First Story' MRC Indigenous film initiative.
  • Goothada Tracks, short-film written by Staurme Glastonbury and Dylan Coleman, 2014. Producer: Caroline Mann.
  • Catchin Bruce, short-film written by Dylan Coleman, 2014. Producer: Mitchel Stanley.

Workshops

  • First Story: MRC Indigenous short film initiative (1st and 2nd round), scriptwriting and production, July- Dec 2014.
  • D-Lab: Pathways to Market. Lab Program, Stage 1.  South Australian Film Corporation, with Steven Carey. Selected Participant. May-June 2014.
  • NITV/MRC Regional, Remote and Emerging Film-makers initiative workshop, Sept 2013
  • The Exchange: Novelist and Screen Directors Workshop, Uluru, with Scriptwriter/Director: Guillarmo Arriaga. Selected Participant, March 2013.

Committees & Affiliations

  • Bachelor of Health Sciences Curriculum Committee, School of Population Health, University of Adelaide: Member.
  • Indigenous Health Curriculum MBBS Program Committee, Medical School and Yaitya Purruna, University of Adelaide: Member.
  • School of Population Health Learning and Teaching Committee: Member.
  • University of Adelaide Indigenous Research Committee: Member.
  • Indigenous Oral Health Unit Advisory Committee, University of Adelaide: Chairperson.
  • Leaders in Indigenous Medical Education (LIME) Network Reference Group, Australia and New Zealand: Member.
  • UniHealth Playford Education, Training and Research Committee, Muno Para: Member.
  • Indigenous Literacy Foundation: Ambassador.
  • South Australian Indigenous Storytellers and Writers: Member.
  • South Australian 1836 Letters Patent Aboriginal Descendants Group: Member.
  • Australian Multi-cultural Writers: Member.
  • ANTaR SA: Member.
  • Amnesty International: Member.

Conferences & Symposiums

 

  • Population Health Congress Hobart, Sept 6-9 2015. Street JM, Coleman D, Abdulla C, Hanson L, Motlik J. Healthy Views: Aboriginal community perspectives on what governments can do to help children eat healthy and be active (Oral).
  • Population Health Congress, Hobart Sept 6-9 2015. Coleman D, Street J, Abdulla C: Using Indigenous methodologies and a Storyboard approach in Aboriginal communities to prioritise health policy approaches (Oral).
  • SAHMRI Grand Rounds, July 6th 2015. Street JM, Coleman, D. Using Indigenous methodologies to ask an Aboriginal community their views on what Governments should do to support children to eat healthy and be active.
  • Eleventh Conference of the International Association of Genocide Scholars, Winnipeg, Canada, July, 2014 (Oral).
  • Oral History Association of Australia Conference/History SA State Conference, UniSA, Adelaide,  21-24, September, 2013 (Oral).  

     

  • Australian Booksellers Association Conference. Indigenous Literacy Foundation Panel Member with Karen Williams and Tina Rae. Hilton Adelaide, 17th June, 2013, 11:30am.      

     

  • Leaders in Indigenous Medical Education (LIME) Connection IV Conference, Auckland, New Zealand, November-December 2011: Paper Presentation: Embedding Indigenous knowledge into the medical curriculum through filmic media for unique outcomes.

  • Australian Critical Race and Whiteness Conference, Adelaide, 2010: Key Thinker, Transformation through an Aboriginal literary text (and post-colonial hauntings).

  • Transforming Bodies: Australian Critical Race and Whiteness Conference, University of South Australia, Adelaide. Panel Member, with Fabienne Bayet-Charlton and Natalie Harkin. 'Transforming Spaces: Nunga women writing from within, speak out', University of South Australia, Adelaide, 2007.

Awards & Achievements

  • Black & Write Writing Fellowship, for Clear Water White Death, 2016.
  • Gladys Elphick Award for outstanding contributions to Arts and Culture, July 2014 (SA Indigenous Women's Award).
  • Black & Write Writing Fellowship: Highly Commended for novel manuscript: Clear Water White Death, Storm on the Horizon, 2014.
  • Crossing Country (part of the Yarning Strong children's book series) published by Oxford University Press, 2014.
  • Commonwealth Book Prize, shortlisting of: Mazin Grace, 2013.
  • Stella Prize, longlisting of: Mazin Grace, 2013.
  • Novel Mazin Grace published by University of Qld Press, 2012.
  • Best Teacher: Undergraduate Program Award, School of Population Health and Clinical Practice, University of Adelaide, December, 2011.
  • Arts Queensland David Unaipon Award, Queensland Premier's Literary Awards,  for Mazin Grace, September, 2011.
  • Arts Queensland David Unaipon Award, Queensland Premier's Literary Awards, Shorlisting of: Clear Water White Death, Storm on the Horizon, September 2011.

Peer Reviews of Mazin Grace (PhD work):

  • 'Heart-wrenching, amusing, tragic and resilient. [Mazin Grace] is compelling, wonderfully well told, and deserves the widest possible audience.' Bookseller + Publisher '4 star review
  • '‘This is a poignant, witty and heart-rending story.’ Geelong Advertiser
  • ‘A story of bravery and loss, growing up and discovering who you are, told with warmth and grit.’ Sydney Morning Herald ‘Pick of the Week’
  • ‘[Mazin Grace] is, quite simply, a charming book: and despite its heart-wrenching moments, it's the novel's endearing qualities – its joyful qualities that prevail.’ Canberra Times
  • ‘I was deeply moved by this book and, by the end of the story, I wanted to give Grace a hug and a big feed!’ Sunday Mail
  • ‘A compelling story that kept me up late and made me shed a tear more than once.’ Sunday Territorian
  • ‘[Dylan Coleman] is a gifted storyteller. Mazin Grace is a heart-rending, provocative and funny' story.Koori Mail
  • ‘Startling, moving, funny and accomplished.’ Courier-Mail
  • ‘A deserved winner of the David Unaipon Award … a moving tale [that] balances beautifully the struggle of mission life with the sheer joy of being alive.’ Weekend Australian
  • An inspirational read.’ Oberon Review
  • ‘Coleman’s story is rich in characters. It is a real tour de force.’  M/C Reviews Blog
  •  ‘An inspiring story told with honesty and humour.’ SA Life

 

 

Community Engagement

Heath, education and research talks

  • Mother's Day Breakfast, Guest Speaker, Concordia College, Adelaide, May 2015.
  • York Mid North Leaders Day. Talk on 'Aboriginal youth literacy and pathways to academic success'. Department for Education and Child Development (DECD), Port Pirie,SA, 14 November, 2013.
  • Friend of Lutheran Archives.  Talk on the 'archival research of Mazin Grace'. Bethlehem House, Sudholz Place, Adelaide (office block for the Bethlehem Lutheran church on Flinders street), 30 September, 7:30pm, 2013.
  • South Australian Family and Child Health Nurses Association (SACaFHNA) gathering. Talk on Indigenous Health, Adelaide, 21st August, 2013.
  • Womens Professional Development Network book club event, University of Adelaide (internal), A journey of healing: PhD work (Mazin Grace) and 'Centring Aboriginal Voices' in research, Barr Smith Library,University of Adelaide, SA, 17th July, 2013, 12:00pm.
  • Community Health Division, Women and Childrens Health Network, All Staff Meeting. Presentation on research with The Second Story Youth Health Service: Hopes and Dreams a Storyboard of Resilience: youth in the northern suburbs define pathways to healthy and hopeful futures through a creative narrative storytelling tool, Tandanya, 23rd May, 2013.
  • PhD Presentation: 'An Indigenous Mother and Daughter’s Guide to Survival: Trans-generational Trauma, Autobiography/Biography and the Authentic Self', Wilto Yerlo, University of Adelaide 2008.

 

Social justice and political talks

  • Recognise community event (lobby to change Section 25 of the Federal Constitution), Aldinga, SA: Panel guest speaker, April, 2014.
  • The Otherway Centre: NAIDOC Week talk: Sharing stories: narratives of family,work and the broader picture. Adelaide,  12:30pm, 7th July, 2013.
  • The Wheeler Centre, Next Wave event, Breakfast Club:  'A calmer debate: is that what feminism needs?', with Panel Members: Zoe Dawson; Ben McKenzie; Facilitator: Emily Sexton, Melbourne, 6:00 - 9:00am,  26th June, 2013.
  • Tea Tree Gully Library, Reconciliation Week, Meet the Author: Talk on the writing of Mazin Grace, 11am - 12pm, Thursday 30 May, 2013.

  • PEN/Amnesty International, 'Freedom to Write/Right to Freedom':  Panel Member, South Australian Writers Centre, February, 2012. Discussing the works of Toni Morrison's Playing in the Dark, Cloe Hooper's The Tall Man, and Elie Wiesel's Night, and other readings with fellow Panelists, Nicholas Jose and Erica Jolly (Chaired by Patrick Allington).
  • Letters Patent Day (175th) Speech, Wodlianni, South Australia February 2011.
  • ‘The need for Indigenous designated seats in Parliament’. ABC, Country Radio News, broadcast 17th March, 2010. Interview with Dylan Coleman.
  • 'Running for Legislative Council as Independent SA Change', in the 2010 SA Elections and important issues affecting the Indigenous communities', Umeewarra Radio, Pt. Augusta. National Cultural Program broadcast 19th March, 2010. Interview with Dylan Coleman and Lynette Crocker, March 2010.
  • PEN: 27th International Day of the Imprisoned Writer panel presentation: Opening doors and giving voice to those silenced: personal literary reflections, Indigenous representative voices in Parliament and the Letters Patent. State Library Lawns, Adelaide, 2007.

Political and Cultural Events

     Activities, events, art

  • 1991 - Northern Arizona - attendance at the Hopi First Nations cultural gathering for the Harvest Festival and Pow-wow.
  • April 2007 - the Aboriginal Alliance Coalition Movement promotional artwork for its remonstrance to the 150th anniversay of South Australian Parliament on how it is constituted without Aboriginal designated seats or any representation.
  • 19 February 2008 - 2014 - attending and contributing to the Aboriginal Descendant's annual commemoration of the issues of the Letters Patent of 19th February  1836.
  • 2009 - attendance and organizing for Kokatha Mula Flag at inaugural Wodlianni. Government House Reception for 175th Letters Patent anniversary.
  • 2010– organized for musical performance of Lady Lash to sing arcapella at Warriparingga Kaurna Living Cultural Centre Letters Patent commemoration. Delivered a Letters Patent speech.
  • 2011 –  attendance at 176th Letters Patent Anniversary inaugural Luncheon and arranged Letters Patent Birthday cake.
  • 2012 –   made and handed out lollipops with Letters Patent design.
  • 2013 –    Organised Light Show on Parliament House (projecting the Letters Patent  onto parliament house) and stage managed King William IV.
  • 2014 –    Aboriginal Political Party (APP) representation at Prince Henry  Garden.
  • 28 December 2008 – 2014 – attending and contributing to the annual Aboriginal community contribution to the Aboriginal Descendant’s protest at Proclamation Day.
  • 2011 – Aboriginal Political Party (APP) representation, distributed calendars.
  • 2012 – Stage managed King William IV & lollipops for the Letters Patent.
  • 2013 –  Stage managed King William IV; posed as  APP labelled Queen Adelaide & baked and offered Cup Cakes for the Letters Patent.
  • March 2010 – co-contested the 2010 South Australian State Elections under Independent SA Change with Kaurna Elder Lynette Crocker.
  • December 2011 - travelled to New Zealand with Kaurna Elder Lynette Crocker to hold talks with Maori political leaders and Iwi Constitutional Committee Members.
  • August 2010 – organized as APP Executive Officer with Kaurna Elder Lynette Crocker – CEO of APP, and ANTaR SA the inaugural (weekend) Aboriginal Political Party (APP) National Conference at Warriparinga Living Kaurna Cultural Centre with reps from WA, Qld, NSW, and SA.
  • Written dozens of media statements for various social justice and political events.

Literary festivals and events

    Book launches

  • Country book launch of Mazin Grace, Oysterfest, Ceduna, September/October, 2012 (supported by Dymocks, Rundle Mall).
  • Adelaide book launch of Mazin Grace, South Australian Writer's Centre Adelaide, September, 2012 (raised almost $2,000 for Indigenous Literary Foundation).
  • Brisbane Writers Festival, September 2012:  launch of book Mazin Grace published by University of Queensland Press, Brisbane.
  • Launch of Southherly: A Hand of Sands: words to the frontline. Ngoonji Bala (extracts from Chapter 6 of novel: Mazin Grace, 2012). Volume 71, Number 2, 2011.

  • Culture Is ..... Anthology book launch (Multi-cultural Writers). Mercy Glastonbury and Dylan Coleman reading of ‘Seven Sisters Strong’. O'Connell St, North Adelaide, November, 2008

 

    Festivals

 

  • World of Women Film Festival (WOW), Presented by the YWCA, Mercury Cinema and curated by Women in Film and Television, NSW. Panelist with Louise Pascale and Mandahla Ros, 26th April 2015.
  • After Dreaming: Australian Indigenous Literature Symposium, Department of Studies in English, University of Mysore, Mysore, 29-30th September, 2014, Mysore University. Panelist with Jeanine Leane, Marie Munkara, and Brenton McKenna, including talks by Dr Devanoora Mahadeva, Professor C.N.Srinath, K.C. Belliappa, R.Ramachandra, C. Naganna. 
  • Bangalore Literature Festival, talk, and possible translation seminar at University of Mysore, Bengalore, India, 25-30 September 2014.
  • Salisbury Writers Festival: University of Adelaide's anthology, Opening Address speech and Anthology Launch speech. SA. Friday, 23rd August, 6:30pm, 2013.
  • Brisbane Writer's Festival, 2012. Launch of book Mazin Grace published by University of Queensland Press (spoke on three panels): 1. The All Blacks, Panel Member with Anita Heiss and Witi Ihimaera (Chaired by Tiga Bayles); 2. Fixing Families, Panel Member with Patrick Gale and Daniel Vann (Chaired by Fiona Stager); 3. The Norman Tindale Legacy, Panel Member with Vernon Ah Kee and Michael Aird (Chaired by Nadine McDonald-Dowd).
  • Spiritfestival, Indigenous Writers Festival event, Tandanya Cultural Centre, 16 &17 February, 2013. Talk and readings.
  • Spiritfestival Launch event, Tandanya Cultural Centre, Janaury 2013. Reading from Mazin Grace.

   Other literary events

  • Our Mob Event: Indigenous Writers Day: Artspace Gallery Plaza, Adelaide Festival Centre, October, 2013.
  • The Wheeler Centre Indigenous storytelling event: Country Sky Water Fire, with Panel Members: Daniel Browning and Alexis Wright, Facilitator: Tony Birch, Melbourne, 6:15 - 7:15,  24th June, 2013.
  • Australian Publishers' Association workshop: Fixed up proper way? Indigenous content working with Indigenous authors, Sydney, November, 2012: Guest Writer and Panel Member.
  • Australian Publishers' Association workshop: Fixed up proper way? Indigenous content working with Indigenous authors, Melbourne, November, 2012: Guest Writer and Panel Member.
  • Our Mob Event: Indigenous Writers Day: Artspace Gallery Plaza, Adelaide Festival Centre, October, 2012: Panel Member with fellow Panelists: Ali Cobby-Eckerman and Jared Thomas (Chaired by Mandy Brown).
  • Salisbury Writers Festival, August-September, 2012: Panel Member and Guest Speaker to launch the Write Now Youth Anthology.
  • Spoke Festival, Multicultural Writers Day, Panel Member, March, 2012.

Radio interviews and TV broadcasts

    Radio

  • ABC Local Radio, South Australia and Broken Hill: Late Afternoons Program, and 702 ABC Sydney. Dylan Coleman  interviewed by presenter Annette Marner re: 'What does Reconciliation Week mean to you?' 25th May, 2014.

  • 98.9 fm Murri radio station, Brisbane. 'Lets Talk' Program. Dylan Coleman interviewed with Lynette Crocker and Patrick Byrt, about Dylan's children's novel 'Crossing Country', published by Oxford University Press 2014; 'teaching children about the 1836 Letters Patent and cultural protocol when crossing another persons country,' March 2014.
  • Radio Adelaide 101.5 fm, Writers Radio, Dylan Coleman interviewed by Cath Kenneally, Saturday, 23th July, 2013.
  • ABC Local Radio, South Australia and Broken Hill: Late Afternoons Program.  Dylan Coleman  interviewed by presenter Annette Marner re: Mazin Grace shortlisted for Commonwealth Book Prize,  23rd May, 2013.
  • 98.9 fm Murri radio station, Brisbane. Dylan Coleman interviewed,  Smashing the Myths: "You're not Aboriginal, You've Got Fair Skin", 19th April 2013.
  • 2ser 107.3 Radio, Sydney, Final Draft Program. Dylan Coleman interviewed by Producer, Neda Vanovac re: Mazin Grace long-listed for the Stella Prize, April, 2013.
  • ABC Local Radio, South Australia and Broken Hill: Late Afternoons Program, and 702 ABC Sydney. Dylan Coleman  interviewed by presenter Annette Marner re: Mazin Grace long-listed for the Stella Prize, March 2013.

  • Radio Adelaide, The Wire Program. Writers: Dylan Coleman, Ali Coby Eckermann, Jeanine Leane, and ILF Program Manager Tina Raye, interviewed by Daniel Fitzgerald, March 2013.
  • CAAMA Radio interview, Ceduna Oysterfest, September, 2012.
  • ABC Local Radio, Brisbane, Speaking Out Program. Dylan Coleman interviewed by Rhianna Patrick at the 2012 Brisbane Writer's Festival, September 2012.
  • ABC Radio National, Awaye! Program: Dylan Coleman interviewed by Daniel Browning, August 2012.
  • ABC, Country Radio News, broadcast 17th March, 2010. Interview with Dylan Coleman, ‘The need for Indigenous designated seats in Parliament’.
  • Umeewarra Radio, Pt. Augusta. National Cultural Program broadcast 19th March, 2010. Interview with Dylan Coleman and Lynette Crocker, 'Running for Legislative Council as Independent SA Change, in the 2010 SA Elections and important issues affecting the Indigenous communities', March 2010.
  • Umeewarra Radio, broadcast 18th February 2010: Interview with Dylan Coleman about Wilto Yerlo, CASM and Yaitya Purruna, and support services, and programs offered at the University of Adelaide. 

  • SBS Radio, broadcast on the following programs: Wrap; World View; Current Affairs; Aboriginal Program, 5-10th November, 2008. Recorded reading of ‘Seven Sisters Strong’ from the launch of Culture Is... Anthology. 

  TV

  • Interviewed for the Kings Seal documentary (about the 1836 Letters Patent movement in South Australia), to be broadcast on NITV, August, 2014.
  • Through the Eyes of Grace, mini-documentary broadcast. NITV/MRC Regional, Remote & Emerging Film-makers iniative. Writer/Director/Producer: Story of Mercy Glasonbury and the journey of writing her story Mazin Grace. Broadcast on NITV 4th Demember 2013, 6:30pm.      (http://www.glamadelaide.com.au/main/film-reviews-nitv-regional-remote-and-emerging-initiative/ )
  • ABC television broadcast, Big Ideas program, Mazin Grace book launch during the 'The All Blacks' panel with Anita Heiss and Witi Ihimaera (Chaired by Tiga Bayles), 2012 Brisbane Writers Festival,  October, 2012.
  • Channel 7 Television broadcast, ‘Remember London’ (poetry by Maggie Emmett), Poetry Reading Panel Member, Bonython Hall, Adelaide, 2006.

 

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