Art

If The Walls Could Talk

Written and illustrated by Nidhi Kontham  “Helped show India in a new light” dons the collection ‘India’ by Steve McCurry, a multi-award winning, National Geographic featured photographer. Often we see Caucasian photographers “capture the beauty”, ‘reimagine’, and show an Eastern country in a “new light”. We forget that the perception …

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Tonic

By Daisy Roux To think of the past is to think of the  blurry remains of the future which entrances us in its desperate and fitful glory.  To wish for the imagined could-have-beens,  should-have-beens, is to count the clouds between your fingers,  and to count the stars you tried to …

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What Happened At Engadine Maccas?

by Laura Lucy Muller Co-written by Cassandra Bruce   The comic on the following page was written and illustrated by Laura Lucy Muller, co-written by Cassandra Bruce. Laura Lucy Muller (@laura1uciana) is a fine arts and education student with no indication of when she might finish. Her long-time comedic collaborator …

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Letter from the Editor: On the QUEER Cover

By Leo Tsao, Designer     As we continue to dismantle the bullshit that is the gender binary, sexuality and gender are naturally being increasingly identified on a spectrum.  Although this dismantling process has allowed people to be more and more comfortable with expressing themselves and their identity, it has …

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Dive into Sydney Writers’ Festival 2016 Line Up

By Carla Zuniga Navarro Each year, the Sydney Writers’ Festival sets the stage for artists and fans to unite. The festival shines a light on popular Australian authors, journalists and commentators, and brings a range of international figures to our shores. In the festival’s 19th year, we will see 400 …

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