Gregory Marks on Wake In Fright, Lachlan Summers on the naming of storms, Jack Kirne on colonialism and climate literature, plus new fiction and poetry from Laurie Steed, Karen A Johnson, Yeena Kirkbright, Holly Isemonger, joanne burns, and the winner of the 2021 Nakata Brophy Prize.
Phoebe Lupton is a Eurasian-Australian writer, living on Ngunnawal/Ngambri country. She is interested in speculation and documentary poetics as means to imagine a more just world. You can read more of Phoebe's writing in Kill Your Darlings, Baby Teeth Journal, Voiceworks, Cordite and others. They are an alumnus of Toolkits: Nonfiction with Express Media.