(First pubished by Running Dog.) This year marks 250 years since James Cook invaded Australia and stole Indigenous land with two words: Terra Nullius. In 1770, Australia was declared nobody’s land—although […]
Nadine Lebde is a Lebanese-Australian writer from Western Sydney. She has an Honours degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Sydney, and her research has been published in the British Medical Journal’s Occupational and Environmental Medicine. Nadine is a member of Sweatshop: Western Sydney Literacy Movement and a 2020 WestWords Academian. Nadine has performed at Bankstown Poetry Slam as well as the Surry Hills Heat for the Australian Poetry Slam. Her writing has been published in SBS Voices and Running Dog Journal.