A space to share our collective community's:

Critical thought | Untold stories | Poems | Micro-essays | Illustrations | Sounds | Photography | Art

CURRENT TOPIC

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'COMMON'

Common /com‚ÄĘmon/

: (adj) / people or things; shared by, coming from, living for.

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In the steam, on the mirror: you wrote so so so . . .
. . .
And the leather of your chair . . . it has me marked
so good luck forgetting. The world was a home.

‚Äď Excerpt from Together and by Ourselves by Alex Dimitrov


The Community Voice is our place to share the wonder of our community. You.

  • Our zines are dedicated to our Community's (your) voices!
  • Every season we seek a diversity of submissions in response to our current topic.
  • You can approach the topic in whatever way you feel. Respond in text, sound, colour, photos, pixels; there are no boundaries. (Yes, we will find a way to print your sounds!)
  • Our current topic (for our upcoming Spring zine) is ‚ÜíCOMMON‚Üź.
  • Submissions close midnight Tuesday, October 31st.


Each selected piece is:

  • Rewarded a 3-pack of our wines (Please note that we can only send wine within Australia - but everyone, from anywhere, is still welcome to submit for the pure joy of it!)
  • Featured in our riso-printed ZINE, here on our website, and shared with our community via our mailing list & social media.


Next selection date:

Next selections will be made the week following October 31st, and will be notified via email within one week.


Make a submission:

Please email us direct with your submission. Be sure to write your name and Instagram handle if you'd like them shared! Thank you so much for your contribution!

Terms & Conditions for selections:
Selections happen the week after the submission deadline and will be contacted within one week via email // We will send you a 3-pack of wines in exchange for your submission if selected for the zine (Please note that we can only do this for contributors based within Australia!) // Each selected piece will be featured in our printed zine, on our website + social media and shared with our mailing list // Thank you!

Latest selects:

  1. On Play: 'Woodend' by Freya Alexander.

    Freya Alexander, a writer, on hearing the Kookaburras calling.
    A poem.
    Read more →
  2. On Play: 'one day when i grow up' by Ellie Waddingham.

    Ellie Waddingham, an actor and writer on growing up playful.
    A poem.
    Read more →
  3. On Play: Amelia Fagence.

    Amelia Fagence, a designer and maker, explores play through balance.
    A sculptural artwork.
    Read more →
  4. On Play: 'still havin fun' by Tegan Iversen

    Tegan Iversen, an artist, illustrator & curator.
    A hand-drawn artwork.
    Read more →
  5. On Play: 'Playtime was' by Charlotte Grant.

    Charlotte Grant, a writer, on playtime nostalgia.
    A poem.
    Read more →
  6. On Play: Mark Chu.

    Mark Chu, a multidisciplinary artist and writer, on play. 
    A painting. 
    Read more →
  7. On Home: 'Home' by Karim Zayn.

    Karim Zayn, a communications designer and writer, on the dimensionality of home. 
    A micro-essay.
    Read more →
  8. On Home: 'Home' by Kylie McCormack.

    Kylie McCormack, a poet, paints home. 
    A poem.
    Read more →
  9. On Home: 'Full Circle at 27' by Asheda Weekes.

    Asheda Weekes, a writer and poet, on going full circle. 
    A poem.
    Read more →
  10. On Home: 'Home Sweet Home' by Emily May & Sally Ann.

    Emily May & Sally Ann, a photographic pair, on being at home in the body.
    A still. 
    Read more →
  11. On Home: 'Ancestors' by Emily Taylor.

    Emily Taylor, a poet, on the many hands of ancestry.
    A poem. 
    Read more →
  12. On Home: 'Heavenly Bodies' by Lola Ziggy.

    Lola Ziggy, a poet, on what home means.
    A poem. 
    Read more →