Kaye Aldenhoven can be an Australian poet and instructor. In 1971 Kaye Aldenhoven moved from South Australia to Umbakumba on Groote Eylandt, North Territory. She after that lived and trained at Yuendumu, Amoonguna, Alice Springs, Darwin, Jabiru and was Primary of most three NT Region Institutions (at Jabiru in Kakadu, Alyangula on Groote Eylandt and Batchelor). These goes were very important to the path of her function. Her first reserve, IN MY OWN Husband’s Nation, was a very clear and deft response to nation in a manner that is peculiarly Territorian, as is her involvement in cross-art performances of poetry, dance ritual, and textiles. In 1992 she earned the Northern Place Red Globe Literary Award. She’s edited several anthologies and was contained in artist’s reserve/anthology Terra Australis edited by Chris Mansell with function by musician Tommaso Durante. Her chapbook, Epidermis (PressPress, 2004) extends Aldenhoven’s engagement with (and explores the conundrum of) surviving in country. That is a significant theme in nonmetropolitan Australian poetry which isn’t much adopted in the urbanised fringes. Poetically, Aldenhoven eschews overtly ornamental language and goals for a very clear and clarifying diction to illuminate her designs.