Dženana Vucic is a Bosnian-Australian writer, poet and critic. She has received the 2022 Marten Bequest, the 2022 Peter Blazey Fellowship, and the 2021 Kat Muscat Fellowship to work on a book about the Bosnian war, identity, memory and un/belonging. She is also a 2023 Kill Your Darlings New Critic. Her writing has appeared in Sydney Review of Books, Cordite, Overland, Meanjin, Kill Your Darlings, Australian Poetry Journal, the Australian Multilingual Writing Project, Rabbit, and others.
Wednesday 14 June – Saturday 24 June
Weaving language, labour and spirit, two poets expose the intersections and splinters that arise when two perspectives are made to share the same space.
Saturday 17 June, 4:15pm
Hear from authors on how they go about whittling down their words to the ones that matter the most, and what they do with the ones they cut.
Thursday 22 June, 6pm
In this conversation between father and daughter, the two writers discuss the intergenerational approach to their co-written book, The Shape of Dust.
Thursday 22 June, 11am AEST
In this pre-recorded panel, three trans/queer writers discuss the complex connections between Truth, genre, and identity within their own work. Combining theory, genre-bending experimentation, and the mundane absurdity of their everyday lives, these writers consider the intersections of form and content along lines of race and gender, and talk about how these relationships effect their […]