Borderlands is a project to create a Northern Territory literary journal showcasing Territory storytelling by Territorians. The project is a collaboration between NT writers and literary scholars Raelke Grimmer, Glenn Morrison and Adelle Sefton-Rowston. Raelke Grimmer is a writer and linguistics/literary scholar. She is in her final year of a Creative Writing PhD at Flinders University and lectures at Charles Darwin University. Her creative work has appeared in Griffith Review, Westerly, Meniscus and Dubnium. Glenn Morrison is an award-winning author and journalist, and a researcher of NT literature and media. He is widely respected in the Territory arts sector for his work in the creative writing, cross-cultural and creative non-fiction spaces, and the author of Songlines and Fault Lines (2017) and Writing Home: Walking, Literature and Belonging in Australia’s Red Centre (MUP Academic, 2017). Adelle Sefton-Rowston is a writer, literary scholar and critic, and has a PhD in Literary Studies. She is President of the NT Writers’ Centre, and three times consecutive winner of the NT Literary Awards Essay prize. Adelle’s forthcoming book explores Australian literature and paradigms of reconciliation. She lectures at Charles Darwin University.
The Borderlands Project