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Four young Aotearoa poets capture our history for the centenary of Armistice Day.
"We have so many forbidden things in Iran, but does that prevent us from doing them? If forbidden rap can tell good stories, go ahead and forbid it! The ban only means it's an opportunity."
The Nigerian-Jamaican writer has a new memoir called 'The Terrible' hitting shelves in June.
"My soggy spring roll / You lil grow-er, not show-er..."
VICE talks with Mikael Johani about the re-issue of his poetry anthology "We Are Nowhere and It's Wow."
Prisoners from Goulburn, Port Phillip, and Barwon share feelings.
Dominic Hoey on poetry, self-medicating, gentrification, and his new novel.
Aziza Barnes tells us about her journey to find herself in a country ruled by tired notions of race and gender.
For $45, Mathias Svalina's Dream Delivery Service will bring you custom-written poems straight from his subconscious.
In her new memoir "Priestdaddy," the "Rape Joke" author discusses puberty, Slankets, environmental degradation, and what it's like when your father becomes a Father.