ISSUE TWO Winter 16.
EDITOR Alana Wilson. firstname.lastname@example.org
GRAPHIC DESIGNER Anna Sassi. CONTRIBUTING DIRECTOR Alexander Wee.
Nadine Abensur writes for magazines in both England and Australia, including BBC Good Food and Delicious. Her latest project is Art Piece Gallery. Located in Mullumbimby, NSW the gallery offers artworks to both local and online visitors.
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Natalie Grono. Natalie Grono is a photographer based in Lennox Head. She was the 2015 winner of both the Olive Cotton Award for Photographic Portraiture and The People’s Choice Award of the National Portrait Prize, and the 2014 Judge Walkley Young Photographic Journalist of the Year. In 2010 she was named Australia’s top emerging photographer by industry leaders for Capture Magazine. Her work has been exhibited both within Australia and overseas. Anthony Lawrence. Anthony Lawrence has published fifteen books of poems. His books and individual poems have won many of Australia’s most prestigious awards, including The Kenneth Slessor Prize for Poetry (NSW Premiers Awards), The Judith Wright Calanthe Award (QLD Premiers Awards), The Newcastle Poetry Prize, The Blake Poetry Prize, The Josephine Ulrick Poetry Prize, and the Peter Porter Poetry Prize (Australian Book Review). Craig McGregor.
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Craig McGregor is a writer living with his family in Byron Bay. He is a novelist, short story writer, journalist and academic. He is the winner of the Xavier Prize for fiction, two Walkley awards for journalism, and the Sir Willian McKell Award for writing on architecture. Venom P. Stinger.
Photograph by Natalie Grono Back cover, painting by Jasper Hills D3 MIXED MEDIA ON BOARD 30 CM
Venom P. Stinger is the creator and curator of @surfads, an Instagram account celebrating the best and worst of eighties to noughties surf culture flotsam and jetsam. Trawling the back alleys and dead ends of old magazine piles and the internet, Stinger delivers poorly framed but highly nostalgic snapshots from a time that surfing desperately wants to forget.