︎︎︎JULY 2022

RRR Feature



Anna Yeon chats with Oslo Davis on Triple R. Listen here ︎︎︎ https://www.rrr.org.au/shared/broadcast-episode/21076/687000




︎︎︎JUNE 2022

Issue 02
Launch

Join us at Manzé to celebrate the release of our second issue! We will have an introduction to the magazine by Editor-in-Chief, Elena Tjandra, as well as readings from contributors. 

When: 6.30-9pm on Tuesday, July 5th
Where: Manzé, Shop 2/1-5 Errol St, North Melbourne, VIC, 3051, Australia

Free nibbles and drinks available for purchase over the bar. Please note that this event is Auslan interpreted.

Photo by Chris Taylor
Poster by Sharni Hodge


︎︎︎JUNE 2022

‘I Never Read’
Book Fair

Last remaining copies of Issue 01 ‘Grief’ will be available at Kaserne Basel in Switzerland.

Entry is free and open to everyone
Wednesday 15 June (6.00 – 10.00pm)
Thursday 16 June (3.00 - 9.00pm)
Friday 17 June (3.00 - 9.00pm)

Find out more here and follow here.

︎︎︎MAY 2022

Contributors
List for Issue 02


Coming very soon, our second issue interrogates the theme of hospitality from all its angles: the relationship between hospitality and inhospitableness, between being a host and being welcomed or shunned, and others we are yet to discover.

Thank you to our contributors;
Tony Birch
S.L. Lim
Sam Cannon and Timmah Ball
Lana Lopesi
Ita-Marie Ralago
Josie Dean
Izzy Roberts-Orr
Eda Gunaydin
Tabitha Lean
Rupert Azzopardi
Hani Abdile
Scott-Patrick Mitchell
Declan Fry and Deborah Cheetham
Raelee Lancaster
aminata diallo
Chris Taylor
George Goodnow

This issue has been generously supported by City Of Melbourne Arts Grants, Darebin Council’s Community Grants Program & Moreland Council’s Making Space Residency.


︎︎︎April 2022

Incendium Radical Library & Collective Zine Fair


A space to learn through stories and create networks of solidarity. Zines, food, tea, coffee, complimentary child-care & wheelchair accessible.

When?
Sunday 24th April from 1pm til 5pm.

Where?
The Edinburgh Community Room is situated in Edinburgh Gardens, Brunswick Street, North Fitzroy on Wurundjeri Woi-Wurrung Land.

More information about the venue accessibility at here.
Find out more about the organisers here.



︎︎︎April 2022

Melbourne Art Book Fair


See you at Melbourne Art Book Fair ❣️

Find us at the shared Showcase Stand:
Saturday 19 March (12.00 — 5.00pm)
Sunday 20 March (1.00 — 5.00pm)

Explore the publisher marketplace here.

Melbourne Art Book Fair is part of Melbourne Design Week 2022, an initiative of the Victorian Government in collaboration with the NGV.



︎︎︎ January 2022

Residency
In Progress


Debris team are currently undertaking a residency via Brunswick Design Districts ‘Making Space’ initiative.

We were fortunate enough to be selected alongside 40 other creatives & collectives now dotted in various facilities across Brunswick. Our designated workspace is facilitated by Two Sixty’s satellite program ‘a seat at the table’, located in the tower room at Brunswick Town Hall.

What is ‘a seat at the table’?

A shared workspace, prioritising and supporting creatives, academics, and political works focused on racial and gender equity. You can apply to book your own seat, or support the important research that is happening within by making a financial contribution. All financial support directly funds the public outcomes of the long-term seat holders (e.g. racial equity talks, decolonial activism, creative exhibition or events).


︎︎︎ December 2021

Call-out for Contributors

Debris Magazine is now calling for pitches towards Issue 02 'Hospitality'. For each issue, we commission writers & artists to respond to a theme.  
Contributors are invited to interrogate the theme of hospitality from all its angles: the relationship between hospitality and inhospitableness, between being a host and being welcomed or shunned—and others we are yet to discover.

What does accommodation look like in the settler colony? What does it mean to be a host on stolen land when sovereignty, though never ceded, is frontally attacked by a settler state that exports inhospitableness—in the guise of border control—around the world? What relations of power come to the surface when we interrogate the delicate balance between host and guest? Who can extend welcome?

How did hospitality become a euphemism for an industry that is precarious and exploitative, one which during the Covid-19 pandemic, became inhospitable to those who rely on it to keep the wolves from the door?

The meaning of hospitality is expansive. The editors invite exploration of this theme through fiction, poetry, prose or graphic art. We especially welcome work from unpublished writers or those less heard from.

Guidelines:
Please submit pitches up to 250 words. The total word count for selected pieces is up to 3,000 words.

Rates:
Vary from $150 - $500
depending on the scope of the commission.

Key Dates:
Submit pitches by 10 January 2022.
Notifications of outcome by 24 January 2022.
Deadline for selected pieces 28 March 2022.
Issue 02 will be published in May 2022.


Artwork by Katie Harvey

︎︎︎ November 2021

Guest Editors Announced!




︎︎︎ August 2021

Issue 01 ‘Grief’
now available!

We’re thrilled to share our inaugural issue. Featuring twelve texts, a photo essay, and a comic strip from a range of emerging and established artists and writers.


Creative Direction — Julia Flaster
Editor-In-Chief — Elena Tjandra
Cover Wrap — Chris Taylor
Layout — Sharni Hodge


︎︎︎ August 2021

Launching..



Poster by James Vinciguerra
Artwork by Sharni Hodge

Mark
Saturday May 28 2022