That Dear Cockeral

STORY Claire Catacouzinos “Once upon a time,” – and we might well begin in that manner because the story is as fantastic as a fairy tale...

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...

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:...

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...

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...

Review: Okami HD

Words || Ruby Innes I first played OKAMI when it was released on the Nintendo Wii, and really loved it. I thought the way motion...

Photography by Nicholas Rider

Bert Flugelman’s Cones. Located in the sculpture garden of the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. The stainless steel sculpture is more than 20 metres...

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,...

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...

Short Story: Frankie

WORDS | Jack Cameron Stanton I patched Frankie’s scalp using scissors to cut the hair around the wound, ignoring his cries when the alcohol dosed the...

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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...