Elias Greig on ecofascism and the settler invasion fantasy, Natalia Figueroa Barroso on Charrua language and colonisation, the winners of the Neilma Sidney Short Story Prize and Judith Wright Poetry Prize, new poetry and fiction from Angela Costi, Liam Ferney, Michael Farrell, Ouyang Yu, Tim Loveday and more.
Katherine Webber was awarded the 2018 Rodney Warmington Churchill Fellowship to increase inclusion and accessibility in public toilets by researching taboos, design, policy and legal barriers. Katherine is a practitioner in social planning and community development, working to increase inclusion and accessibility. Over the last 12 years Katherine has listened to concerns of planners, institutions and community members relating to the design, location, number and accessibility of public toilets. Photos of many toilets Katherine has visited are documented via Instagram @Public_Toilets_Anonymous.