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call for submissions

A new publication searching for writers:

Wai is a new quarterly newspaper looking for contributions. Wai means ‘hey’ in Pitantjari. The aim of Wai is to raise attention to issues that aren’t written about enough on a national and regional level. This means the contents of Wai are predominately focused on human rights, social justice and environmental issues. Wai also features a lengthy campaign and events section. Articles for Wai are should be between 800-2000 words. Wai will also publish art, poetry, fiction and examples of alternative ways of living. The next issue of Wai will be out in mid-March. The deadline for articles  is 28 February. Wai has a print run of 3000 and is distributed free around all major cities of this continent. If you would like to check out Wai for yourself go to waiquarterly.wordpress.com. If you want to contribute email waiquarterly [at] gmail.com.

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Jeff Sparrow is the former editor of Overland. He is the co-author (with Jill Sparrow) of Radical Melbourne: A Secret History and Radical Melbourne 2: The Enemy Within, the editor (with Antony Loewenstein) of Left Turn: Essays for the New Left and the author of Communism: a love story, Killing: Misadventures in violence, and Money Shot: A Journey into Censorship and Porn.  On Twitter, he's @Jeff_Sparrow.

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