Melanie Pryor writes about landscape, embodiment, and contemporary memoir. Her work has been published in a/b: Auto/Biography Studies, Meanjin, Overland, Southerly, and Lip, and her travel memoir was highly commended in the AAWP Chapter One Prize in 2017. She is currently completing her PhD in creative writing at Flinders University.
EditorialLet me walk. Let me go at my own pace. Let me feel life as it moves through me and around me. Give me drama. Give me unexpected curvilinear corners. Give me unsettling churches and beautiful storefronts and parks I can lie down in. The city turns you on, gets you going, moving, thinking, wanting, engaging (Elkin 37, emphasis our...Read more