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...

Burning Earth

Words || Mridula Amin Coal has always been a political topic in Australia and it seems a strong economy always wins out over logic. But...

None Of My Friends Will Leave Me Alone

Words || Angus MacDonald I’m seriously considering purchasing one of those large, inflatable plastic balls, just so other people have no choice but to respect...

Tatti

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...

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,...

An African Santa

Words || Lulu Jemimah I had a dream the other day. Arriving at the airport, familiar faces, anxious and expectant, were waiting on the other side of...

THE DAY FRANKIE HAD A FIT AFTER REALISING YOU CAN’T SHOOT A GUN WITH...

WORDS || Jack Cameron Stanton When Frankie found himself in the alley, rifle slumped over his shoulder, Jay and Roach cheering eagerly behind his back,...

This Is The Way The World Ends

Words || Nikita Jones It was a quarter to eight on a Saturday morning and the sun had almost set. The fact that none of...

Four Marriages and One Kidney

Words || Emma Kocbek It’s a social faux pas to have only a single eyebrow, one that I have laboriously avoided since I was 13...

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...

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Phantastic Ferniture - Phantastic Ferniture The name might make you roll your eyes, but Sydney alt-rock trio Phantastic Ferniture’ debut is far and away...

Review: When things fall apart by Pema Chödrön

Words || James Booth “I just really want to learn more about Buddhism”. I am sitting on the bed of my partner, and he gleefully...

Review: Oceans from here

Words || Ellie Sindel Located on Sydney’s famous Oxford Street, surrounded by cafés and various storefronts proudly displaying the Pride flag, stands the Australian Centre for...