Theo Ferris is a word-user living and working on unceded Wurundjuri country. Their poetry and other writing is interested in asking a lot of questions, cajoling form, and perturbing language in pursuit of some expressional breathing room. Their work has previously appeared in Voiceworks and on some very small soap boxes.
Wednesday 21 June, 9pm
In an attention economy where textual engagement is constantly subject to the news cycle, the fragment, virality and the scroll, what is it to be distracted, and what makes it compelling?
Tuesday 20 June, 6pm AEST
Leah Jing McIntosh and Hannah Wu will discuss the process of developing work for publication in LIMINAL’s two anthologies, Collisions and Against Disappearance.
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 […]