Beyond Binaries Fri 9 Sep, 3pm
Three of the most exciting nonfiction debut authors in Australia share insight into blending personal narrative and confession with broader social commentary. Hear from Eloise Grills (big beautiful female theory), Eda Gunaydin (Root & Branch) and Bastian Fox Phelan (How to be Between) as they reflect on works that unsettle neat binaries while traversing matters of gender, sexuality, trauma, diaspora, kinship and resilience. They are joined in discussion by Maeve Marsden.
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