For those living and working in the world’s last great wilderness, words and language are critical to survival. But amid this new vocabulary of Antarctic life, the bigger things – the staggering beauty, danger and immense isolation – are harder to put into words.
The municipal pool promises a Modernist idyll – all kinds of bodies rejoicing together in the pleasures of the water – but in reality that pleasure is sanitised, demarcated and politicised in the pursuit of perfect forms and perfect health.
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Entries are now open for the 2019 KYD School Writing Prize! The two winners will be selected from Australian secondary schools and will receive a $500 cash prize, editorial support and publication in KYD.
KYD First Book Club Event: Stop Being Reasonable
Don’t Be A Stranger (with Melanie Cheng)
Speculative Fiction Showcase Sampler
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