Archer Magazine is an independent journal founded to explore Australia’s current attitudes to sexual diversity. Acting as a relic of its time, Archer encapsulates a moment in Australia’s history through text and images, offering reflections on diversity, sexuality and equality. Archer’s manifesto is to present engaging, inclusive viewpoints from the myriad genders, sexualities and identities of Australia.
The Big Issue magazine is a fortnightly, independent magazine sold on the streets by people experiencing homelessness, marginalisation and disadvantage. The Big Issue is timely and topical, and loved by readers for its distinctive brand of irreverence. The magazine has something for everyone: vendors’ stories, celebrity profiles, culture, commentary and in-depth social justice investigations all feature in its pages.
Imagine 2200 draws inspiration from Afrofuturism, as well as Indigenous, Latinx, Asian, disabled, feminist, and queer futures, and the genres of hopepunk and solarpunk. They are seeking short stories that centre on climate solutions from the most impacted communities and bring into focus what a just, regenerative future could look like.
Mascara is a bi-annual literary journal particularly interested in the work of contemporary migrant, Asian Australian and Indigenous writers. Specialises in platforms for subaltern writing and human rights, focusing on cultural cohesion and participation, creatively, materially and discursively.