Metamorphosis is the essence of experience.
Metamorphosis in folklore and literature transforms humans into animals, objects, or in the case of Kafka, a giant venomous bug.
Issue #14 considers metamorphosis at individual and social levels: from queer lit. and the rejection of binaries; to changing political structures and disruptions to the status quo; from the real to the fantastic. It invites readers to consider the meaning of transformation and how it shapes our perspectives of the world.
The Quarry is a journal of student writing from Macquarie University’s Department of English. Founded in 2009, The Quarry has since allowed students and alumni to publish their work and gain valuable experience as part of a professional journal. The Quarry publishes a wide range of writing including fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction and scripts. To learn more, please click on our Current Issue, browse our Archive or click About Us for more information.
#12 White Noise
#10 (Un)Natural Selection