Lucas Grainger-Brown


Lucas Grainger-Brown is a writer specialising in creative non-fiction and historical subjects. His essay ‘We Three Hundred’ was awarded the 2018 Calibre Prize, and his work has been shortlisted for the Horne Prize and the Fair Australia Prize.

His writing has appeared in numerous publications, including Meanjin, Australian Book Review, The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald and Overland.


Zamby, zombi, zombie

EssayANGRY MEN GATHERED in the dark of night at Bois Caïman, the Alligator Woods, under the shadow of the mountain Morne Rouge in northern Saint-Domingue on 14 August 1791. Two hundred slaves transported by boat from Africa, forced by...

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