The Night is Black, Sarah Brasier, 2019

What a long, strange trip it’s been

Alexandra Smee, Jacqueline Wright


Writers from around the country reflect on the way it was and imagine the way it will be.


Over six episodes, six writers from across Australia invite us into their lives and imagined spaces, to reflect on the strange roads they are travelling, and the way ahead. Over the last decade, our communities and country have been overwhelmed by drought, flood and bushfires, while our social supports are …

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About Alexandra Smee

Alex has been producing creative content for online, radio, and TV platforms for twenty years. With qualifications in writing and communications, Alex has worked predominantly as a digital editor and producer. As the ABC Open Producer for the West Kimberley,... View Alexandra Smee's Bio

About Jacqueline Wright

Jacqueline is a journalist, editor and author whose creative non-fiction articles and essays have been published across reputable platforms such as Radio National, ABC News, Griffith Review, Fairfax, Westerly, Margaret River, Fremantle and Currency Presses. Her debut novel, Red Dirt... View Jacqueline Wright's Bio

Alexandra Smee, What a long, strange trip it’s been
Alexandra Smee
Jacqueline Wright, What a long, strange trip it’s been
Jacqueline Wright

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