Kill Your Darlings No. 17

Brigid Mullane

Kill Your Darlings No. 17
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Kill Your Darlings No. 17

Brigid Mullane

Proudly independent, Kill Your Darlings (KYD) is Australia’s most lively and entertaining cultural publication. KYD was founded in 2010 by Rebecca Starford and Hannah Kent, and today it comprises a quarterly edition, a website and blog, regular events series, a writers workshop and an online shop.

Brigid Mullane

Jim Della Giacoma ‘Different Pond, Different Fish: Crossed Wires in Australian-Indonesian Relations'
Michael Lindsey Davison ‘Brave New World: The Social Impact of Hooking Up in the Internet Age'
Alice Robinson ‘Transition: On Becoming the People We Are'
Michael Richardson ‘How Should a City Be? Durban after Mandela'
Kate Larsen ‘Read What You Know: The Comfort of the Familiar'
Belinda Lopez ‘The Political Tourist in Myanmar: Totalitarian Nostalgia and How to Get Travel All Wrong'
Koren Helbig ‘All the Love Gone Bad: On Men and Music Lost'
Wendy Bruere ‘Displacement: Syria’s Refugee Children'

Ben Walter ‘The Lake'
Chris Somerville ‘Out in the Wild'

Bethanie Blanchard in conversation with Eleanor Catton

Justin Wolfers ‘A Masterpiece You Might Not Want to See: The Ethics of Devastating Cinema'
Rebecca Howden ‘Been a Son: Kurt Cobain and His Challenge to the Masculine Ideal'

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