Khalid Warsame

Khalid Warsame is a writer and arts–worker. His essays, fiction, and criticism have appeared in numerous publications. He has appeared as a facilitator and guest artist at writers’ festivals and his work has recently appeared in the anthologies New Australian Fiction (KYD), Growing Up African in Australia (Black Inc.) and in After Australia (Affirm Press).

On the Holding of Spaces for Essaying Into

It’s a putting oneself into a space of deliberate uncertainty. Stepping into the unknown. A practicing in that space. Training.

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Old Lielacs

vintage soul beats and mixt apes and in be tween the toes un settled ridges where we tumbled in liquored torpor the shaft of sun lite from the window by the kitchen door mixt in with the cigarete smoke the …

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