Sites with more information for readers and writers.
See below for links to other journals and websites of note:
AusLit is currently a not-for-profit subscription service available to all staff, students and alumni of all Australian universities. It is also available to all registered users of Australian state libraries and the National Library of Australia, plus some school and public libraries.
Australian Poetry Centre
The Australian Poetry Centre is a not-for-profit, incorporated association established to promote reading, writing and publishing activities associated with Australian poetry in all of its forms.
FOAM:E is an online poetry journal based in Queensland publishing new works of Australian poetry.
Harvest was brought together by RMIT’s Professional Writing and Editing course. In 2007, they formed their own small press and began publication. They focus on literature, new writing and independent media.
Jacket is a literary magazine that appears two or three times a year, distributed to every town, city and country in the world via the Internet and given away free.
Penguin Plays Rough
Penguin Plays Rough is a monthly night of short fiction. Each month they programme five writers to read their short stories, novel extracts and scenes from plays or film scripts.
Stop Drop & Roll
Stop Drop & Roll looks to emerging and established writers and artists for new material that is bold, intriguing, intelligent, colourful, refined, passionate and many other words. It is an online and hardcopy journal.
WetInk is a quarterly magazine that showcases the best new writers alongside established authors: from fiction writers and poets to memoirists and social commentators. They publish a wide range of styles, from traditional to experimental, literary to quality genres.