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Jack Kirne is writer and academic living and working in Naarm/Melbourne. 

Jack’s research spans the disciplines of literary studies and creative writing. His research focuses on the intersections of cultural histories of climate change, environments, and geoengineering. His areas of expertise include literature and climate change, queer ecologies, and postcolonial texts and environments.

Jack’s work has appeared in various publications including Necessary Fiction, Subbed In, Meanjin and the anthologies Growing up Queer in Australia and New Australian Fiction (Kill Your Darlings).

Jack teaches at Deakin University. For details of his work, please visit his website.

Jack is an IPCS Visiting Fellow for 2021.

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