Jeanine Leane is a Wiradjuri woman from south-west New south Wales. A Doctorate in literature and Aboriginal representation followed a long teaching career at secondary and Tertiary level. Formerly a Research Fellow at the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander Studies (2009-12), she completed a post-doctoral fellowship at ANU in 2014 and is currently an Australian Research Council Fellow at the Australian Centre for Indigenous History, ANU. In 2010, Jeanine’s first volume of poetry, Dark Secrets After Dreaming: AD 1887-1961 won the Scanlon Prize for Indigenous Poetry from the Australian Poets’ Union and her manuscript, Purple Threads won the David Unaipon Award at the Queensland Premier’s Literary Awards and was shortlisted for the 2012 Commonwealth Book Prize and the Victorian Premier's Literary Awards. Jeanine is the recipient of an Australian Research Council Discovery grant (2011-2013) for her project; Reading the Nation: A critical study of Aboriginal/Settler representation in the contemporary Australian Literary Landscape and a Discovery Indigenous Award (2014-2017) for her new project; The David Unaipon Award: Shaping the literary and cultural history of Aboriginal writing in Australia.
- Jeanine Leane reads 'Tracks Wind Back'
- Jeanine Leane reads 'Kumbilor – hill in my Country'
- Jeanine Leane reads 'Evening of the day'
- Jeanine Leane reads 'Bridge over the River Memory'