Work

2022, ‘Unfinished Business,’ Meniscus Journal, Volume 10, Issue 1

2022, Review of Daisy and Woolf, Kill Your Darlings, https://www.killyourdarlings.com.au/article/books-roundup-how-to-be-between-root-and-branch-daisy-and-woolf-abomination/

2021, ‘Border Lines,’ Sūdō Journal, https://sudojournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/12-Borderlines.pdf

2021, ‘Saffron Moment,’ Raining Poetry in Adelaide, University of Adelaide.

2020, ‘Partir,’ Litbreak Magazine, https://litbreak.com/partir/

2020, ‘Intertidal,’ StylusLit, Issue 7, http://styluslit.com/fiction/intertidal/

2020, ‘Wings of Fire,’ Litbreak, https://litbreak.com/wings-of-fire/

2019, ‘Aquaman is the Mixed Race Movie We Didn’t Know We Needed,’ in Film on Medium, https://medium.com/@lyn.dickens/aquaman-is-the-mixed-race-movie-we-didnt-know-we-needed-57841939feb6.

2019, ‘Threshold,’ Raining Poetry in Adelaide, University of Adelaide.

2015, ‘The “Shattered Racialised Person” and (Post)multiculturalism in Australia,’ in J.Wilson, O. Laursen, P. Malreddy and B. Heidemann (eds), Reworking Postcolonialism: Globalisation, Labour and Rights, Palgrave Macmillan.

2013, ‘The White Road,’ Sydney University Student Anthology, University of Sydney Press, 180-187.

2013, ‘White Gloves and Pomegranates,’ Sydney University Student Anthology, University of Sydney Press, 1-16.

2011, ‘Scarborough Funeral,’ Hill Magazine, Issue 4.

2011, ‘Transcultural Horizons and the Limitations of Multiculturalism in The World Waiting to be Made,’ Australian Studies, www.nla.gov.au/openpublish/index.php/australian-studies/article/viewFile/2128/2519

2010, ‘Being Eurasian Australian,’ Yemaya: voicing women’s ideas and images, Sydney University Law Society, http://www.suls.org.au/s/yemaya_2010.pdf.

2009, ‘Marginalising Multiraciality in Miss Saigon: An Analysis of Print Media’s Effects on People of Mixed Race,’ Global Media Journal: Australian Edition, http://stc.uws.edu.au/gmjau/v3_2009_1/pdf/Lyn_Dickens.pdf

2009, ‘Fragmenting Feminism and the Familiar: The Death of the Universal Woman and the Process of Peace,’ Antithesis, 182-195.

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