Ever Afterwardsness.

2014-2014 – Honours thesis, Fine arts, Queensland University of Technology. 

This practice-led creative writing research project explored memory, embodiment, multiple-temporalities, and focalisation in literature. I examined how literary fiction can employ techniques of focalisation to narrate traumatic experiences. Furthermore, it aimed to do this in a way that acknowledges a dialectic of meaning between multiple memories, without situating any one memory (and associated focalisation) as a more valid representation of events than another.