Kyra Thomsen is a writer from Wollongong, NSW. She was Deputy Editor of Writer’s Edit until 2017 and her work has been published in Kindling, Seizure, Space Place & Culture, Mascara and more. You can find more at kyrathomsen.com or on Twitter/Instagram with @KyraThomsen.
Book Review / Recursion by Blake CrouchJuly 9, 2019
“Recursion is an ambitious book with original ideas about memory and consciousness, and how scientific findings can be exploited.” – Kyra Thomsen reviews Recursion by Blake Crouch
Book Review / Blakwork by Alison Whittaker
“Always, a mirror is held up for the reader to re-examine themselves in the reflection of the work and the struggles of Indigenous peoples.”
Kyra Thomsen reviews Blakwork by Alison Whittaker, a poetry collection which provokes thought on contemporary and historical Indigenous consciousness in our society.
Book Review / This Is How It Always Is by Laurie Frankel
‘At times heartbreaking and at other times uplifting, Frankel has written candidly about an incredibly important topic.’
Book Review / All the Beloved Ghosts by Alison Macleod
‘Reading All the Beloved Ghosts by Alison Macleod is like creeping through someone else’s house and peering into rooms that aren’t yours.’