Melissa Lucashenko is an award-winning Aboriginal writer who lives between Brisbane and the Bundjalung nation. Her latest novel, Mullumbimby (UQP, 2013), won the Queensland Literary Award for fiction, was shortlisted for 2014 Kibble Literary Award and 2013 Good Reading Magazine Top Fiction Read, and was longlisted for 2014 Stella Prize and 2014 Mile Franklin Literary Award. Her essay ‘Sinking below sight’ from Griffith Review 41Now We Are Ten won a Walkley Award in 2014.

Pieces by Melissa Lucashenko

Sinking below sight
Edition 41: Now We are Ten

How green is my valley?
Edition 12: Hot Air

Who let the dogs out?
Edition 8: People like Us

Globalisation, Kimberley style
Edition 6: Our Global Face

On the same page, right?
Edition 26: Stories for Today

The silent majority
Edition 26: Stories for Today

The angry country
Edition 28: Still the Lucky Country?

Our bodies
Edition 4: Making Perfect Bodies

Friday night at the Nudgel
Edition 34: The Annual Fiction Edition

Not quite white in the head
Edition 2: Dreams of Land

Holiday in Cambodia
Edition 37: Small World

Griffith Review