Featured Artists

Raelke Grimmer

Raelke Grimmer is a writer, analogue photographer and academic. Her creative nonfiction has been published in Griffith Review, Westerly, Kill Your Darlings, Cordite and Meniscus, and her debut young adult novel White Noise will be published by UWA Publishing in September 2024. She is a founding editor of Northern Territory literary journal Borderlands, a journal publishing the very best of NT and First Nations storytelling. In 2023, Raelke was a participant in the Australia Council’s Digital Fellowship Program, where she worked on an analogue photography and audio storytelling project, recording an album of analogue sounds titled ‘Analostalgia’. The album will be released in mid-2024. Raelke is a Senior Lecturer in English Language and Linguistics at Charles Darwin University.


Workshop – The Analogue Eye: Creating Through Place

Reverberations – Poetic Finale