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Sam Wallman

Sam Wallman is a unionist and cartoonist based on unceded Wurundjeri country. He is a member of the Workers Art Collective and the Maritime Union of Australia. His new book 12 Rules for Strife was produced in collaboration with Jeff Sparrow and will be published by Scribe Publications on May Day 2024. You can follow his work here.

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Amy Hill

Amy Hill is a Melbourne-based artist who paints images of recurring shapes and geometric forms in unknown spaces: greyed arches on vacant plains, impossible shadows and absent mindscapes.

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Matt Huynh

Matt Huynh is a Vietnamese-Australian artist based in New York City. His comics and illustrations are informed by sumi-e painting and shodo calligraphy.

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Patrick Kyle

Patrick Kyle is an artist and illustrator from Toronto Canada.

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Marc Pearson

Marc Pearson is a cartoonist and illustrator from Melbourne.

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Jo Waite

Jo Waite is a Melbourne-based comic book artist and writer. Her work has appeared in The Tango Collection>/p> and has printed her own comics, zines and diaries since 1987.

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Javed de Costa

Javed de Costa is a philosophy graduate, musician and activist based in Melbourne, on Boonwurrung land.

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Angela Mitropoulos

Angela Mitropoulos is a Sydney-based academic in culture and economy.

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Mary Leunig

Mary Leunig is an Australian visual artist who has had work featured in many publications. Her new collection, her first in twenty-five years, One Good Turn, is out through Brow Books.

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