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the information update from student anthology team ; website, printing process, design thinking, process

Q&A with ‘Losing the Blue Lotus: A New Year’ author Janika Fernando

Janika Fernando, a talented young writer in Sydney, originally from Brisbane, Australia, drew inspiration from her vibrant Sri Lankan heritage...

Book Recs from the Editors

As you’d expect, the editors of the USYD Anthology 2023 are avid readers, consuming books at a wild pace. But...

Q&A with ‘Seashells on Sand’ author Eeshita  

Our editors are hard at work copyediting the stories and poems that have been selected for the USYD 2023 Anthology....

After the Last Page

Every end is the beginning of a new story.   Anyone who’s ever packed their life into a suitcase then packed...

The End Draws Near

There are just four days left until the deadline for submissions to the 2023 USYD Anthology. We’ve received so many...

Further Inspiration

Further Inspiration

Are you still looking for inspiration for this year’s USYD Anthology? Struggling to think of a story related to our...

The plot twist – submission deadline extended! 

Also known as the surprise ending, the plot twist can either be the most frustrating or exciting literary device out...

Writing Prompts

Writing Prompts

Struggling to find inspiration for the upcoming 2023 USYD Anthology? Is our theme this year – prologues and epilogues –...

The author of your story

The author of your story

Every life has a beginning and an ending. This is a universal truth; it is constant, reliable and perhaps a...

What makes an ending?

‘Endings’ are often defined as the literal end of things.   The final part or conclusion of most linear narratives ties...