Memoir

Zen and the Art of Whip Cracking

A young Australian falls in love with the decidedly non-violent act of cracking a whip, until a meeting on a dark street challenges everything she loved about her art.

Zen and the Art of Whip Cracking

Kerzlake thought she’d mastered the art of whip cracking. But coming home one night through the dark streets of Darwin, Australia, an unexpected showdown with a stranger made her take a deeper look at her beloved art form. Kerzlake tells her true story; produced by Kate Montague.

Music credits: ‘Don’t cry oh/ cry no,’ Alexandre David Gabriel. ‘Fall Moon,’ Buildings and Mountains. ‘Tension Feedback,’ Cameron Emerson-Elliott. ‘Red in Black,’ Kosta T. ‘On The Ward.’ Cameron Emerson-Elliott.