Albertan makes progress on his undercover research project, but at what cost to his colleagues aboard the Orbitus Kaltrone Spaceship?Read More
We are thrilled to count Tyson Yunkaporta among our Antithesis Journal contributors for 2019! Antithesis editor Siana Einfeld has interviewed Tyson ahead of the Journal’s release, finding all about his many writing projects, from Bones in the Sky, his short fictional work appearing in this year’s Journal, to his first published book, Sand Talk: How Indigenous Thinking Can Save the World (released on 3 September), and his current experience of writing an Aboriginal Viking saga.
If you’re interested in learning more about Tyson’s work, he will be joined in conversation with Bruce Pascoe and Marie Matteson at the Melbourne Writers Festival on 6 September.
Casey Duong reviews Jennifer Tran’s Ink 墨, a performance that involved the artist using movement and calligraphy to navigate and display the tensions within her self-identity.Read More
Sam McDonald paints the inevitability of a post-climate change dystopia, with one man reflecting on the failures of the past while on a desperate search for something that could rescue the future.Read More