Feature Articles / Writing the Future: Excavating the future
By James Bradley
There is something unsettling, even uncanny, about the feeling the future is already here, a sense in which the boundary between now and what is to come is becoming porous, as if we are caught in a world of hauntings, or perhaps we ourselves are the hauntings in a world we no longer recognise.
Spotlight On / Hayley Scrivenor
‘Dirt Town started as a short story. I wrote about a group of small-town kids, describing all the different ways they’d made their way home from school on a Friday afternoon. After I’d written that, it occurred to me that there needed to be a reason for them to be talking about that day, in particular.’
Feature Articles / Writing the Future: a thinning forest
By Inga Simpson
I write nature. Or, more correctly, it writes me. My creativity stems from my connection to landscape and my relationship with the natural world. It is source and subject – who I am, how I write, and how I live my life.
News / Wiradjuri writer and filmmaker Edoardo Crismani wins the 2023 Boundless Mentorship, to be mentored by Tara June Winch
Edoardo Crismani has been awarded the 2023 Boundless Indigenous Writer’s Mentorship for Finding Billy Brown, a fast-paced story about an AFL player who is hit by a car, only to wake up in the 1930s, where he meets his boxer great-grandfather.