"I'm drawn to the attractive scope, humanity and acuity of Wallis's vision. His poems reflect wide travel in fact and in imagination. Often entertaining in their responses to appealing poets like Larkin and McGough, or in self-ironising accounts of life experience (in 'Table Tenn... read more
"In ANATOMIZE, Natasha Dennerstein is the poet as sensual anatomist, delineating the corporeal realm with a kind of spiritual fervor. What we are, we are, she splendidly affirms, from our heads down to our toes. Reciting the saga of her own encounters with mortality, with beginnings and endin... read more
Noel Tovey’s previous memoir, Little Black Bastard ( Hodder Headline Australia 2004, shortlisted Victorian Premier’s Prize for Indigenous Writing, Australian Human Rights Award) chronicled his extraordinary life – from a childhood lived in poverty, t... read more
The stories included in Anywhere But Here share common themes: eccentricity, displacement, and the author's own sense of being an outsider, an observer of the unique and myrad forms of self-expression.
These stories are a mixture of travel tale, memoir and fiction. ... read more
One Sunday afternoon in a secluded valley in Normandy, Robert Dessaix chanced upon the castle where the 20th-century French writer Andre Gide spent his childhood. Recalling the excitement he felt when he first read Gide as a teenager, Dessaix sets off to... read more
Sex over 70 by Doreen Wendt-WeirGender transition by Sally Conning
Sex in aged care by Dr Catherine Barrett
Dance and sexuality by Janet W. Hardy
Naturism by Sam Twyford-Moore
Porn and feminism by Ellena Savage
Bisexuality and stigm... read more
"I don’t mind confusion about my gender, but I do resent cisgender people who make that confusion my problem." - Bani Amor
In this groundbreaking edition of Archer Magazine, we curate stories by people who exist outside the gender-binary.
ARCHER M... read more
Remember grabbing a copy of the late edition afternoon paper from the paper boy? Watching a Graham Kennedy skit on TV? Did you buy a 45rpm single or a 33rpm album at your local record shop? And play it on your record player? If you answered yes to any of these questions ... read more
This second edition was originally published as Australian Love Poems 2013. It contains an updated forward has changes to the original cover.
There are imaginary lovers, unattainable lovers, star-crossed lovers and predestined lovers. There is straight love, same sex love and some very curious love. And Love's attendants - cupid, lust, obsession, and betrayal - dance through this volume that con... read more