Periodicals

Platform Issue 15

P15cover_smallPlatform is an anti-literary magazine commissioned by the ever-enthusiastic Bruno Lettieri of Rotunda fame and sponsored by Victoria University; Platform 15 features the many considerable poetry, fiction and non fiction talents of my co-editorial and production team, the Publishing Studio class of 2013, alongside renowned and up-and-coming local Melbournian and international writers. It also features the fabulous design talents of cover artist M. Hart while Victoria University’s Advanced Diploma students, under the guidance of Beata Cranswick, handle the internals. Here’s the only place you’ll see me published alongside the divine Hannie Rayson, so please, enjoy!

‘Writing the right reasons’ (creative non fiction): why do writers write? I attempt to explain in a personal essay where I interview several of the talented, up-and-coming writing students currently enrolled in Victoria University’s Professional Writing and Editing program.

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Print (paperback, A4 saddle stitch) edition available through Victoria University, Western Suburbs libraries, Rotunda events, and sundry other places around Melbourne.

Previous issues can be found on the Victoria University website.

Platform Issue 16

P16cover_,smallPlatform is an anti-literary magazine commissioned by the ever-enthusiastic Bruno Lettieri of Rotunda fame and sponsored by Victoria University. Platform 16 is based on themes of educational experiences, heroes and inspirations. Our biggest-ever issue features the management talents of myself and Emanuel Cachia; the editorial talents of PWE and Bachelor of Communications students Ron Burrows, Anna Brasier, Julia Kyle, Nina Mtanu and Emma Ware; and the design talents of Advanced Diploma staff and student Beata Cranswick and Karen Georgakis. Packed full of the famous, the talented, the witty and the compelling, this issue will make you see education in a new light.

‘Editorial’ (creative non fiction): what is education? What is Platform? I try to answer.

‘These are the words’ (creative non fiction): the words a teacher doesn’t say to a student can have as much impact as those they do. An exploration of the lifetime damage bullying and words in childhood cause adults.

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Print (paperback, A4 saddle-stitch) edition available through Victoria University, Western Suburbs libraries, Rotunda events, and sundry other places around Melbourne.

Previous issues can be found on the Victoria University website.

Granite News

GNcoverVol. 8, Issue 18, May 2014

The local newsletter of Victoria’s Yea/Highlands region.

‘Hannie Rayson Reigns in Highlands’ Rain’: Melbourne’s ‘Rotunda in the West’ crew went on a damp and foggy adventure to Dennis Spiteri’s Highlands Gallery to hear Hannie Rayson talk her craft … and learn something about ourselves in the journey away from home.

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