Browse through a selection of written work, featuring poems, short stories and articles.
A collection of poems and essays reflecting on our relationship with nature
Matthew Ryan on being and time in the novels of Sara Baume
Louise Seager discusses Julia Armfield’s debut novel Our Wives Under the Sea
A story of a new life mission
Eva Katinic explores the gender archetypes of Romantic literature.
Haydn Aarons on the problems of high-skill humanitarian entrants to Australia
A story looking forward to a new beginning
Simon Ryan shares his adventures in Fortnite.
Lorinda Cramer explores the history of Foy & Gibson’s woollen bathing suits.
Maggie Nolan considers the common concerns of Tara June Winch’s The Yield and Melissa Lucashenko’s Too Much Lip
Comparing pre- and post-covid life
A poem in words and images
A story on the future of a royal family
A story recalling the past
Pedram Rashidi on politics, religion and climate change
Noah Riseman on the formation of the ALLY Network at ACU
Jen Couch on young people's response to the Melbourne tower lockdown
Haydn Aarons reflects on the 2020 Olympics
Matthew Ryan on the novels of Sally Rooney
Gus Mather explores the gender politics of the Australian Metalcore community
Polly McCauley reviews newly released Young Adult fiction
Georgia Wheaton interviews Baylee Brits
Caitlin Riddell interviews one of Melbourne's up-and-coming artists
Stelarc sits down to discuss his artistic practice and the future of technology
Caitlin Riddell on Open Access
A short story by Francis Gibbs
Thomas Maruskanic on apathy, politics, and society
Ashlee Merucci reflects on volunteering
Eva Katinic considers the poet and the woman
A short story by Blake Guttridge
Meg Mikelson watches her family watch the footy
A short story by Edward Mason
A poem by Georgia Wheaton
Anti-lockdown protest and old hatreds
Euca is a forward thinking magazine, designed by designers for designers.
A poem by Sarah Giddy
Noah Riseman on the LGBTI history of the Australian Defence Force
A short story by Zac McLaughlin
Exhibition review by Anna Woods
Review by Renae Burton