Ellena Savage edits arts at The Lifted Brow, politics at SPOOK Magazine, and writes a monthly cultural politics column at Eureka Street. In 2012 she won the Tharunka Non-Fiction prize for her essay “A Man Like Luai.” Her non-fiction narratives and criticism have also appeared in Overland, Australian Book Review, The Reader, and Arena, among other publications. You can find her at ellenasavage.com.
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- It’s Always Stage 4 in Locked Mental Health Wards
- What happens when a remote Aboriginal community in Western Australia is ‘closed’?
- Why did Australia abolish birthright citizenship?
- A Source of Shame: Australia’s Failure to Uphold the Human Rights of Refugees