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...

Poem: Agapi

WORDS | Claire Catacouzinos We’re a bow you’re one loop I’m the other our love tying us together. Side by side lying in your room you hold my hand trace lines on my...

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...

Poem: Light And Shadow

WORDS | Nicholas Rider Light and shadow flood the city Roaming the streets in search for refuge An open window, an open door Dancing on rooftops of high rise...

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...

Poem: Heart & Mind

  WORDS | Leon Dhemba   For ‘twas a battle soon ensued Amongst the rivals of clan and brood ‘Twas a struggle night and day Of the warriors red and grey The...

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...

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