The Insubordinate

Fiction (Political, Satire)

Jessica Rawlins comes home to Molong, New South Wales, thinking that country towns have escaped the political correctness she experienced at university. They haven’t. Over lunch with her friends, she questions the immigration that will make them a racial minority in Australia, which countries in Asia would never allow. Her words set off snowballing reactions ultimately consuming the town and ending a life.

The Insubordinate is a story of our ideological West. It is as much drama as satire because political correctness is both cruel and absurd.