Cassie Lynch is a writer and researcher living in Boorloo/Perth. She is a descendant of the Noongar people and completed a PhD in creative writing exploring Aboriginal memory of ice ages and sea level rise.
Beneath the pavers of North Melbourne, under road, and concrete, and gravel, and sand, lies a landscape in wait. Birrarang-ga, the River Country, as it is known in the first language of this place, is the largest wetland in Australia, currently buried under shops, houses, police stations, and playgrounds. There is a river that lives […]