In many instances, fiction can be a powerful vessel for catharsis, reclaiming the hurt you feel by putting it into your own words.
Reflecting on intergenerational guilt.
On trauma and how we perceive it.
Emma Cao fishes for herself in her father’s tarnished memories
Finding a lost family member in the ancestral archives of the internet.
To fully understand the complexity of our present communities, we have to dive into our manifold pasts.
Nina Dillon Britton and the Sydney Symphony’s first female double bassist, Jan Gracie Mulcahy, talk trauma, Spoverty and the magic of clothes driers