is an award-winning print (and online) publication about sexuality, gender and identity.
It is published twice-yearly in Melbourne, Australia. Archer accepts story and photography pitches.
Burrow is an e-journal published twice yearly, publishing poetry (& other micro-texts) that explore what it is to live with good or poor mental health. 'Burrow' is especially interested in where self-care intersects with such priorities as: ecopoetics, postcolonialism, ekphrasis, progressive religion & secularism. 'We are an inclusive journal that welcomes established poets though we do have a special focus on publishing new & emerging voices (both old & young).'
Founded online in 2004, Guernica is an award-winning non-profit magazine focused on the intersection of arts and politics. A home for incisive ideas and necessary questions, it publishes memoir, reporting, interviews, commentary, poetry, fiction, and multimedia journalism exploring identity, conflict, culture, justice, science, and beyond.
Liminal Magazine is an online space for the exploration, interrogation and celebration of the Asian-Australian experience. Founded by Ling Jing McIntosh in late 2016, Liminal publishes an interview with an Asian-Australian every Monday. Joined by a dedicated team based throughout Australia, Liminal showcases creatives from a wide range of creative disciplines— literature, visual arts, music, dance, journalism, and more.
Mascara Literary Journal is a bi-annual online literary journal co-founded in 2007. Mascara is particularly interested in the work of contemporary migrant, Asian Australian and Aboriginal writers.
Meanjin was founded by Clem Christesen in 1940. Meanjin continues to reflect 'the breadth of contemporary thinking, be it on literature, other art forms, or the broader issues of the times' (Laurie Hergenhan). While most of the magazine's content is available only to subscribers, Meanjin's online blog 'Spike' is open to public viewing and well worth the read.
Not Very Quiet is an online journal for women’s poetry from Australia and overseas. Its first issue was published in September 2017.
Pieced Work is a publication about making & writing, and includes stories about aspects of those things, interviews with writers and artists, and other diversions. Pieced Work is put together by Clare Carlin.
Ploughshares has published quality literature since 1971. Best known for its award winning 'Ploughshares' literary journal, it also publishes digital-first long stories and essays, and a lively literary blog. Ploughshares is based in Boston, USA.
Rochford Street Review is an on-line journal highlighting Australian and International Literature, Art and Culture with an emphasis on small press and grassroots cultural activities. The journal publishes a minimum of two issues each year.
StylusLit is an Australian, bi-annual online literary journal, publishing poetry, short fiction, novel excerpts, creative non-fiction, interviews and reviews.
Sweet Mammalian is an online poetry journal from New Zealand, interested in diversity and inclusiveness — "we want all different kinds of poetry, from all different kinds of writers, and always love to read poetry that shows us something new. Send us your thrilling writing!"
is a poet, prose writer and editor and author of four collections of poetry, and 'My Friends This Landscape', a collection of
prose and poetry. Her recently completed manuscript of poetry and prose with a Spanish theme is currently under consideration.
Zenobia Frost is a poet based in Brisbane, Australia. Her work can be found in Cordite, Scum, Overland, Meanjin and Contemporary Feminist Poetry. She won the 2018 Val Vallis Award for her poem, ‘Reality On-Demand‘. Zenobia’s new poetry collection, After the Demolition (Cordite Books) won the 2020 Wesley Michel Wright Award and was recently shortlisted for the NSW Premier’s Literary Awards. Zenobia currently facilitates Panacea Poets for Queensland Poetry Festival.
Julia Shiota is a Japanese American writer whose work centers on questions of identity formation, nationhood, and modernity through the lens of literature. She holds two Master’s degrees, one in English Literature and another in Japanese Studies, both of which provide key methodological approaches to her writing.
Ben Walter's work has been published widely, appearing in Griffith Review, Overland, Island, The Review of Australian Fiction, The Lifted Brow, Kill Your Darlings, Cordite and a range of other magazines and journals. He is the author of Below Tree Level, produced as a book and literary installation on Mt. Wellington, and edited the award-winning craft/fiction anthology, I Sleep in Haysheds and Corners. He has twice won Express Media’s award for Best Project for Young Writers in Tasmania. In 2013, his unpublished poetry manuscript Lurching was shortlisted in the Tasmanian Literary Prizes.