Eda Gunaydin

Eda Gunaydin is a Turkish-Australian essayist whose writing explores class, race, diaspora and Western Sydney. She has been a finalist for a Queensland Literary Award and the Scribe Non-Fiction Prize. Her debut essay collection Root & Branch is out now with NewSouth Publishing.

Introduction to Dan Hogan’s Secret Third Thing

What characterises Dan Hogan’s poetry is the way that, each time we come close to fully apprehending the impending collapse of capitalism, we are waylaid by something more urgent and mundane: groceries, emails, calls to Centrelink, traffic jams on the way home from work.

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The Email May Contain Information: Eda Gunaydin on Toby Fitch

What might it mean to acknowledge that this is the substance of the labour performed by many of us, those of us who aspire to do anything but?

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