Maureen Nampijimpa O'Keefe Healing Songs
Available September 1
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people please note that this video may contain names, images and voices of people who have passed away.

Maureen Nampijimpa O'Keefe Healing Songs

Maureen Jipyiliya Nampijinpa O’Keefe reads from her story ‘Healing Songs’, published in Campfire Satellites; an inland anthology (2019).

Maureen Jipyiliya Nampijinpa O’Keefe reads from her story ‘Healing Songs’, published in Campfire Satellites; an inland anthology (2019).  

Campfire Satellites; an inland anthology

Songlines, highways, coffins, campfire satellites. In this new collection, four inland writers tell stories made by country and about people made by place.


Maureen Jipyiliya Nampijimpa O'Keefe is an artist, writer, artefact maker, storyteller, storykeeper, translator and interpreter. She is a Kaytetye-Warlpiri woman born and raised in Ali-Curung, south-east of Tennant Creek. Her family comes from the Devil’s Marbles area, also known as Karlu Karlu.

Video made by P. Raftos.



Indigenous Literacy Day is proudly presented by the Indigenous Literacy Foundation, a charity with a vision of equity of opportunity for all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children living in remote Australia.

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