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xeno

with Maddee Clark

>> listen to recording of the discussion <<

(apologies for the background noise in the recording)

how might the figure of ‘xeno’, or the
‘alien’, both within science fiction and
within the Xenofeminist Manifesto, be
thought in relation to indigenous futurity?

this discussion first touched on Laboria
Cuboniks’ recently published manifesto,
progressing to a conversation around
indigenous science fiction, in particular
Ellen van Neerven’s short story Water.

here is a link to the Xenofeminist Manifesto,
as well as to Maddee Clark’s articles Coded
and
Against Authenticity.


Maddee Clark is a Yugambeh freelance
writer living in the Kulin Nation. they are a
phd student researching Indigenous
speculative fiction and futurism.