Journal of speculative
fiction featuring stories on the literary side that
don’t fit comfortably within the usual genre
boundaries. The editors are very professional and
Glimmer Train Press: Quarterly journal of literary fiction featuring new writers; ‘Writers Ask’ newsletter including techniques, perspectives, and advice from writers for writers; and host to numerous competitions throughout the year. A great resource for new writers.
Tiferet: A multi-faith publication of ‘spiritual literature’ promoting peace and advocating literature as a means of bringing one closer to the spirit. This publication also runs competitions and sometimes offers constructive feedback on submissions.
Image: A literary and arts quarterly which grapples with religious faith. This journal is interested in art and literature that embodies a spiritual struggle and seeks to strike a balance between tradition and a profound openness to the world. Gregory Wolfe’s editorial statements are often insightful and profound.
Kain White: visionary artist who utilises symbolism and old master techniques to explore timeless themes. A great source of inspiration for every art form.
Hugh Waller: photographic digital artist preoccupied with the beauty and intricacy of nature. His work encourages an emotional rather than an intellectual connection with the viewer and a more ‘personal’ experience of art.
including Victorian Writer magazine, information
related to writing in Victoria, professional manuscript
assessment (discounted for members), workshops, panel
discussions and seminars.
The Artist’s Way: Advice and guidance for artists on how to rediscover and maintain their creativity. An invaluable initiation into the artistic life.
Natalie Goldberg: The official site for the author of ‘Writing Down the Bones’, the book incorporating advice for writers with Zen philosophy thereby simplifying and demystifying the process.