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‘The Lifted Brow’ appoints new print editors

12 November 2014

Melbourne-based publisher and literary magazine The Lifted Brow (TLB) has appointed three new editors for its flagship print magazine. Jointly editing TLB in 2015 will be founding editor of TLB’s ‘Middlebrow’ arts and culture...

‘The Lifted Brow’ to partner with ‘McSweeney’s’

19 September 2014

Melbourne-based publisher and literary magazine The Lifted Brow (TLB) has announced plans to partner with US publisher McSweeney’s.TLB publisher and editor-in-chief Sam Cooney told Books+Publishing that the two organisations ‘will...

‘Alphabet Soup’ magazine closes 

19 March 2013

Alphabet Soup, a literary magazine for primary-school aged children, has closed. Launched in 2008, the quarterly magazine showcased children’s writing and artwork alongside that of adults, and had a subscriber...

‘Aurealis’ re-launched as emagazine 

11 October 2011

Australian fantasy and science-fiction magazine Aurealis has been re-launched as a free epublication. The latest issue of the magazine, Aurealis #45, has been released and is available to download from...

‘Island Magazine’ seeks new funding 

6 September 2011

The board of Tasmanian literary journal Island Magazine will meet in two weeks to develop a strategy to keep producing the magazine, following the decision by Arts Tasmania last week...

‘Meanjin’ to make all content free online 

16 August 2011

The literary journal Meanjin has confirmed it will be publishing all content free online. Deputy editor Zora Sanders told the Weekly Book Newsletter that 'the idea is to expand what...

‘Westerly’ funding cut; future in doubt 

11 December 2007

The Western Australian state government has cut funding to Westerly, the Perth-based literary magazine that launched the careers of writers including Tim Winton, Robert Drewe and Elizabeth Jolley.The journal has...