No Place Like Home: How Nostalgia Paints Over Violent Histories
In class we’d learned the Australian flag was blue to represent the sky and ocean both, our collective identity shaped by that constant hue.
All in the Blue Unclouded WeatherLittle Women
Letters from an Exile at Botany BayThe World Upside Down
WE GREW HERE! YOU FLEW HERE! 2230.
More in this series
“Many look at the world through the eyes of conquerors. What happens when you stop taking your position for granted?”
Luis received the first coins he had ever held. “Keep these safe,” the man said. “You’ll need them.”
We don’t crave the things we’re close to, even if they’ve shaped us into who we are.