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Words || Yehuda Aharon  I remember, sometimes – the very few times you slept, the house shuddered as your hard breath almost blew life away. Tzvi and I crept...

Over Exaggerating

Words || Alex Kurtz Sam swiped a pile of lasagna crumbs off what he privately referred to as his ‘academic green’ sweater – loose woollen...

Thai The Knot

Words || Nikita Jones RACHEL and JOHN sit on the couch in a cheap, but homey apartment. RACHEL reads a magazine with her legs casually draped...

First Date: A Short Story

Words || Anastas Miller-Csapo 'See, I think it all started back when I was a kid,' he says, fiddling with some loose change on the...

DRAMAC’s The Yellow Wallpaper: Early Feminist Literature Takes to Stage

In 1887, Charlotte Perkins Gilman was prescribed the ‘rest treatment’ for a mental illness that we’d now recognise as post-partum depression. Under the treatment,...

The People and Art on Melbourne’s Streets

Words & Photos || Hans Lee In Melbourne on vacation, I pick up my camera to do some grunge shooting - I'm here for the...

Meet the Writer & Director of Plenty More Angels in Heaven

Plenty More Angels in Heaven opens tonight at the Lighthouse Theatre, and runs until Sept 17. We caught up with writer and director Alexa Klash,...

A (Self) Portrait of the Artist as a Young Woman

Words || Emma Harvey In college I wanted to be an artist. A famous one. Maybe even a good one. I painted still lifes of...

Shooting with 35mm Film

Artist Statement || Amanda Burgess I have been shooting with 35mm film for almost a year now. Two things influence my work as a photographer:...

Zine Making with Natasha Michels

Words || Natasha Michels Making zines is one of my favourite pastimes and goes hand in hand with my other beloved hobbies of hoarding vintage paper...

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Our Unspoken Story: On the Armenian Genocide

Words || Gayaneh Michaelian On April 24th, 1915, over 200 Armenian intellectuals and community leaders were arrested in Constantinople by Ottoman authorities. This wasn’t the first...

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Words || Laura Neil I am six years old, playing a game of driveway basketball with my sister. Dribbling the ball, preparing to shoot, and...