KYD brings you a selection of links and miscellanea that have amused, enlightened and generally distracted us this week. If you’ve got amusing links we need to see, tweet them to us at @kyd_magazine!
The Jaipur Literary Festival and Melbourne Writer’s Festival have teamed up to create JLF Melbourne, bringing India’s biggest literary celebration to Federation Square next weekend. JLF Melbourne program producer Jasmeet Sahi has shared her top 5 picks of things to see and do.
The long-awaited AFL Women’s league kicks off tonight (Go Dogs!) Writing for the Guardian, The Outer Sanctum podcast‘s Nicole Hayes has shared what the beginning of the league means to her and the generations of women who have dreamed of playing the Australian game. And if you’re heading to a match, here’s a handy guide to getting there on public transport.
On Facebook, Melbourne’s City of Literature office has just wrapped up a series of essays, poems and photos, curated by Elizabeth Flux, built around the idea of #SummerInTheCityofLit.
We’ve finally found it – the political satire that finally stops Trump.
In Meanjin, Julie Koh shares the works of Australian Literature you simply must be reading (or at least, tell the right people at the right parties you are reading) this year.
We know why you’re here. You’re here to acquire frogs.