Lionel G. Fogarty is a Yugambeh man and was born on Wakka Wakka land in South Western Queensland near Murgon on a ‘punishment reserve’ outside Cherbourg. Throughout the 1970s, he worked as an activist for Aboriginal Land Rights and protesting Aboriginal deaths in custody. He has published numerous collections of poetry, including the award-winning Connection Requital, Mogwie-Idan: Stories of the land, and Eelahroo (Long Ago) Nyah (Looking) Mobo-Mobo (Future).


Vote no? Ho

Sort Of Sorry

Saints Are Homeless

Non-Pain In Rain

1967 Encouraged The Right Vote Now?

Lionel Fogarty reads 'Appearance Shadows'

Balund-a Song