Archer Magazine Vol 18 - Softcover


  • Having spent almost two years in Adelaide Women’s Prison and a total of 18 months on Home Detention, Tabitha Lean uses her lived prison experience to argue that the criminal punishment system is a brutal, and too often deadly, colonial frontier for her people. This issue of Archer features writing about the prison system and its impacts on First Nations people; how incarceration affects young people, and the children of people who have been imprisoned.
  • Also featured are a story from a writer who was locked in detention; an image essay from Haitian photographer Zarita Zevallos; a Q&A with abolition activist Debbie Kilroy; a speech from Aunty Vickie Roach and more.

Archer Magazine is an award-winning print publication about sexuality, gender and identity. It is published twice-yearly in Melbourne, Australia, with a focus on lesser-heard voices and the uniqueness of our experiences.

Pages: 116

Size (cm): 21 x 28 x 0.5

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