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Cat and Mouse

The cat was a terrifying tiger, a ferocious feline, a badass boss. He was not to be leered at. Mr Blobby was his name and domination was his game. He crept through the kitchen, tiptoed […]

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The Hunter

I created my Grindr account when I was sixteen. It was an impeccable example of a profile start-up kit: shirtless selfie of a skinny white boy provided with a cheeky description and the best intentions. […]

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Rufus Stiltskin

As the leaves fell from the Autumn trees in a biting gust of wind, Ginger wrapped her moth-bitten scarf tightly around her slim, pale face. She walked along a deserted street feeling just as cold […]

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Dubrovnik

A father and daughter exchange words for the first time. As I saw the silhouette moving across the dusty carpark, I started to change my mind. His face was obscured by darkness, his hands sunk […]

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Advice From Charlie

Kurt Miegel reflects on the reality of forming and maintaining relationships in the modern world. “We have developed speed, but we have shut ourselves in. Machinery that gives abundance has left us in want. Our knowledge […]

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In[ter]view: Lucy Ahern

Since completing a double degree of Journalism and Creative Communication, Lucy Ahern has found her feet at Australian Fashion Labels taking care of marketing and social media. What kick-started the change from journalism to marketing? […]