Natalie Scott has been a freelance columnist, critic and travel writer whose work has been published in newspapers including the Sydney Morning Herald and The Australian.
Hannah Ross visits
MemoirSOME THINGS CAN be absorbed from a manageable distance, yet if I run from them memory runs with me.A stern paternal grandmother, and of stern stuff; the only survivor of a quartet of grandparents who had contributed genes but no...
Decoyed by orthodoxy
FictionVeritee watches the familiar sight of one or other of her parents' backs as it disappears. Separately or together. Bebe and Larry, down the hall, the steps, down the path, its concrete crumbled ... weeds thick in the cracks....
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