It’s interesting to think about the left and right wing politics that have encapsulated my lifetime in a non-stop battle between everyone who wants the world to be a better place and everyone who’s afraid of change Continue reading You Can Put Wings On Politics, But You Can’t Call It An Emu
A car radio plays nearby, feeding through evacuation information and the phone numbers of relief services. Continue reading On Leaders in Crisis.
Despite everything that VCE was, I look upon my final days of high school with a strong pull of nostalgia. Not for lack of cause: I memorialised every event as though it were a scene from Breakfast Club. Continue reading Celebrating Endings.
Content warning: This piece discusses sexual assault, r*pe and violence against women Continue reading An Open Letter to Catholic School Boys
Our ice is melting, Fires are ravaging our home, and Attenborough is angry. Continue reading Our World is Burning
Where We Are Now is three nights of spoken word performance, produced by Zadie Mccracken & Brigitte Noonan, set on themes of body, mind, and earth. It asks and attempts to answer: What is it like to be alive right now? Continue reading Where We Are Now: an interview with Zadie Mccracken
I have an inner monologue that is constantly running, like the voiceover in some off-beat Australian dramedy. Walking down the … Continue reading Walking at Dusk: My Inner Monologue