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The Dystopian Continuum

Emily Hewitt-Park explains how the two sides of the dystopian fiction continuum aren’t that disparate after all. When considering the realms of literature, theatre and film, it is commonplace to encounter a moral dichotomy with stories situated on two ends of a fictional continuum.  On one side we have narratives with affirming, positive anecdotes which…

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The Forgotten War

Netra Hawkins recounts the story of her mum's encounters with the terrors of the Khmer Rouge in 1975, Phnom Penh Cambodia as an 8 year old girl. Written from the perspective of her mum growing up in the war, this is an emotional recount of having lost family members and fighting every day to survive…

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