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...

Fridge-to-Fridge-to-Future

Words || Jane Van Dartel The scorching noon sun overhead. Costumes so bright and ridiculous they glittered painfully in...

Some (more spiritual) Mornings

Words || Masumi Atul Parmar The buzzing of my phone startles me.With a glance towards my windowsand the...

To Grandma

Words || Rhys Smith To Grandma, All that’s left are memories of you. They aren’t even...

Confessionals

Poem 1 Let that smoke fill me lungs - cigarettes and cloves -

INHERITED LOSS: a short story

WORDS || by Joshua McInnes ‘The robot is eating bugs again.’ Emma finished adjusting her shawl in the mirror. She had never appreciated the aesthetics 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...

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...

The Performance

Words || Alice Batchelor The Performance She’s in there I know it She dances in my head like a stage But only when the curtains are closed If anyone dares...

The Bug

Words || Samir Chahine As I sit here gently tapping, all my indentations wrapping – consequently fabricating lines...

Features

We, the Thanatonautes

Words | Rhys Cutler “Le secret de la liberté, c'est la librairie.” - Bernard Werber

Love Nature More.

Words | Jimmy García | Master of Environment | IG @chaimien It's hard to care more about nature when...

Diving off the Fertility Cliff

Words || Eleanor Taylor What is common knowledge about fertility now? If you have a uterus,...

Perfect, Pretty and Poised: The Hidden yet Visible World of the...

Words || Aylish Dowsett Beauty lies in the eye of the beholder, or so the saying goes. Attractiveness is...

Preach Nasty

Words || Anonymous Let me chronicle my experience as a woman for you. I grew up...