Baggage Epub í Paperback


  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • Baggage
  • Gillian Polack
  • 21 March 2019

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BaggageThis a collection of short stories on the theme of Australian cultural baggage.The most memorable for me are Kaaron Warren s story of a man haunted by a village, Yaritji Green s story of the clash between cultures that puts a soul at risk, and particularly Tessa Kum s story of those who slip between the comfortable classifications of race and ethnicity This collection deserves a lottime than I m going to give it I m tired, and I ve been writing too long It is a small press publication, This a collection of short stories on the theme of Australian cultural baggage.The most memorable for me are Kaaron Warren s story of a man haunted by a village, Yaritji Green s story of the clash between cultures that puts a soul at risk, and particularly Tessa Kum s story of those who slip between the comfortable classifications of race and ethnicity This collection deserves a lottime than I m going to give it I m tired, and I ve been writing too long It is a small press publication, from Eneit press, so I don t know where it is available from Pick up some Baggage Humankind carries the past as invisible baggage Thirteen brilliant writers explore this, looking at Australia s cultural baggage through new and often disturbing eyes Go On Baggage explores layers and complexities that are oddly Australian If you think Australian culture is all about neighbours and mateship, you may find Baggage distressing What is Australia What baggage do Australians carry Pick up this book Have a read You know you want to 4.5 stars.Beautiful, beautiful anthology of short stories with an sff element to each Highly recommended I particularly enjoyed the stories by Kaaron Warren, Lucy Sussex and Jennifer Fallon, but they were all good occasionally harrowing, maybe, but also courageous, quirky and fun in many instances.What does it mean to be an Australian, or a New Zealander There are no easy answers presented in this anthology, just a refreshingly unique take on themes of displacement and belonging.


About the Author: Gillian Polack

Gillian is a writer and historian, currently living in Canberra, Australia She intends to count the books in her library soon, when they stop falling on her and otherwise intimidating her.