Laura Kenny is a PhD candidate in creative writing at Queensland University of Technology who writes poetry and prose. Her autobiographical fiction has been shortlisted for the Josephine Ulrick Literature Prize and published in The Review of Australian Fiction. Her research is concerned with representations of childhood trauma in contemporary Australian realist fiction, with a particular focus on how the experience of childhood trauma affects a character’s sense of place.
- Interviews with refugees
- How representative is our parliament?
- The challenges of being a Muslim woman in a multicultural society
- Cultural appropriation in food
- Boundless plains to share – why we need a new narrative on refugees