Voiceworks #125 Spectre


Voiceworks is an Australian literary journal, published quarterly by Express Media, featuring and produced entirely by people under the age of twenty-five. For thirty years, we’ve provided young writers with space to develop, experiment and publish their work. Voiceworks Issue #125, ‘Spectre’, brings you more of the best fiction, nonfiction, poetry, comics and visual art by young Australians.

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Voiceworks Issue 125 Spectre features Dana Hubraq’s ‘Why Mermaids Should Be Real, Even if They Aren’t’,  Yael Grunseit’s ‘The Myth of Good Posture’ and ‘Rosarium’. You will find intense imagery in Miso Bell’s ‘And People Howling for Their Dogs’, and admire the quality of the voice in ‘When the Stars Explode’. You will like the quiet sense of humour in Kitman Yeung’s ‘Invisible’ and Nina Hughes’s ‘Ghosted’.

This feast is all tied together by the amazing work of our designer, Selena Repanis.

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