Timmah Ball is an emerging writer, zine maker and community arts worker. Her work has been published in Right Now, Westerly, Meanjin and Inflection.
Hope and conflict at the MCG
EssayTHE ADULTS STARE hard, looks of panic rip through the crowd. A curiously dressed man in clinical white clothing follows the ball with a dancer’s grace. He turns quickly between two enormous poles, faces the ground, then raises both...
Still talkin’ up to the white woman
MemoirTHE NAKED WOMAN is only visible when my manager’s door is open – when closed it is unclear what the painting depicts. From my desk I can make out the faint outline of a woman’s back through the frosted glass...
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