Amanda Tink is a PhD candidate at Western Sydney University’s Writing and Society Research Centre, researching Australian disabled authors. She has been published in a range of venues including Southerly, Overland, and Sydney Review of Books. Her chapter, ‘If You’re Different Are You the Same?’: The Nazi Genocide of Disabled People and Les Murray’s Fredy Neptune', in Genocide Perspectives VI, was shortlisted for the nonfiction category of the 2021 Woollahra Digital Literary Award.
Western Sydney University
This special issue applies nuanced critical attention to a number of Australian disabled authors, and representations of disabled people, in Australian literature throughout the twentieth…