Issue 17: The Hitchhiker is here!

Featuring poetry from Jan Price and short stories from Jane Downing, Kerri Turner, Daniel Campbell, Carmenn Alexander King Koczur, Aline Mwezi-Niyonsenga, Cindy Tomamichel, feature piece from Sarah Giles, and our first collaborative review, by editors Kate Lomas Glendenning, Shelley Timms and Jessica Wilson-Smith, ofåÊKylie Jones’ autobiographical workåÊThe Other Woman.

You’ll also find February’s writing opportunity round-up from both local and international organisations, and issue 18’s theme is revealed!

Hit up our Issues page to download the pdf of issue 17, then hop onto our Facebook, TwitteråÊ&åÊGoodreads pages and let us know what you think!

If you love what we do, please donate to our Patreon page. The more donations we receive, the more excellent writing we can publish!

Underground Team

One thought on “Aussie Titles Reviewed in 2018”

  1. Great post!

    I believe there is a third way of uniting a story cycle, and that would be through an event. There’s a movie by Mexican director Alejandro González Iñárritu, called Amores Perros (nominated for an Oscar in 2000) that tells three different stories that are linked by a car crash and the fact that the protagonists have dogs.

    Two other movies with a central event joining their stories are 21 grams and Babel. Sorry, I have no book references for this.

Leave a Reply