COVER: Bindi Cole, Miss Australia 2009, pigment print on cotton rag. See our exclusive interview with Bindi this issue, starting on page 9.
FEATURES: Bindi Cole: Faith in God and Prison by Naima Morelli, Social Work with Inez de Vega, Circus Oz 2 by Stuart Beekmeyer, Frankenstein: The Face of a Fiend, by Emmi Scherlies, ACTease by Courtney Symes, melburnin’ by Inga Walton, adeloud by Cassandra Scalzi, Darby Hudson a poem by …, May SALON, Greenwish #14 by Robyn Gibson + Horse. Stralian Stories by Neil Boyack, Greetings from Huanchacho by Ben Laycock, plus Comics Face by Ive Sorocuk and comics by Mandy Ord, Jase Harper, Matt Emery and Dave O’Donohue.
FEATURED ARTICLE MAY 2013: BINDI COLE: Faith in God and Prison
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