Written by Karen Wyld, this short story was first published in Meanjin Spring 2018 *Content warning: This piece contains archaic terms that are now considered
The status quo is having a status update, and those with old world power cannot delete that.
IndigenousX has set their sights on 1000 patrons on Patreon before the end of 2018. They currently have 928, and 3 more days to hit
2018 has been my most productive year for writing. As a freelance writer, I have had quite a few opinion pieces, book reviews and short
Edited version originally published by Queen Victoria Women’s Centre on 25 November 2018 Having secured a writing space to call my own, I know my
Next week, an excerpt of the manuscript I’ve been writing will be sent to a number of agents and Australian publishers. I’m aware that I
AUTHOR IN CEDUNA AS WRITERS SA’S WRITER-IN-RESIDENCE re-posted from Writers SA website Karen Wyld, an author, freelance writer and weaver, will spend a month in
Originally published 19 September 2018 on Indigenous X Recently I viewed the Black Mist Burnt Country exhibition at the National Museum of Australia. Launched on
This piece was originally published on Indigenous X 29 August 2019 Over seventy Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander writers, poets and playwrights recently gathered in Canberra.
Originally published on Indigenous X 12 July 2018 NAIDOC 2018 theme Because of her, we can has put the spotlight on Aboriginal and Torres Strait
The twentieth national Sorry Day was held on the 26 May 2018. It’s now twenty-one years since the release of Bringing Them Home, the report
I’ve finally decided! I am driving to Canberra in the morning. My bags aren’t packed, but the CDs are. What is a road-trip without a
Put down your wounded Open the windows Let regrets fly free Bring out your dreams Tie ribbons to their talons So they may frolic with
Republished article. Original published on Indigenous X on 22 January, under the title of What kind of morality are they wanting us to celebrate on that