The resources listed here are preliminary, and far from exhaustive -
please send through any recommendations.
- Peril Magazine, an online magazine focused on issues of Asian-Australian arts and culture.
- The Pin, a discussion platform run by biracial Australians for all Australians.
- The Asian Australian Studies Research Network (AASRN), a network for academics, community researchers, and cultural workers who are interested in the area of Asian Australian Studies.
- WrICE: the Writers Immersion and Cultural Exchange Program, an Asia-Pacific Partnership program for writers run by RMIT Copyright Agency.
- Pencilled In, a new Australian Literary magazine dedicated to showcasing art by young Asian Australians.
- 4A, or the Centre for Contemporary Asian Art 'fosters excellence and innovation in contemporary culture through the commissioning, presentation, documentation and research of contemporary art.'
- Photodust, a not-for-profit Asia-Pacific photography and curation project.
- The Asia-Pacific Photobook Archive, a not-for-profit, open-access physical archive of independent photobooks, formed in response to the European and American focus of most international discourses around photography and photobooks.
- Matca is an alternative gathering space and collective for the Vietnamese photographic community.
- Pencilled In's suggested readings of Asian authors.
- Peril's Sickening list, or, 'Asians to Watch Out for'.
- Code Switch, NPR Race and Identity, Remixed.
- Intersections, 3CR Community Radio Local and Global Intersectional Feminisms in Action. Building Feminist Solidarity across race, gender, class, sexuality and ability.
- Life in Colour, SYN Media, a radio show from the perspective of four young women of colour trying to navigate their way in the world.
- Queering the Air presents critically engaged commentary from a mix of trans, genderqueer, gender diverse, bisexual, pansexual, lesbian, gay, queer and intersex perspectives.
- Hyphen Magazine, an incredible Asian-American online and print magazine that is 'driven by a hunger for a more complex representation of Asian America.'
- Sad Asian Girls, an art collective of Asian-fems who 'want to break the culture of passivity of Asians during discussions of social issues, as well as break stereotypes that have been long projected onto Asian women.'
- Diacritics, an online platform that covers the arts, culture and politics of Vietnamese at home and in the diaspora.
- The Asian American Literary Review showcases the work of established and emerging writers, aiming to incubate dialogues and open those dialogues to regional, national, and international audiences of all constituencies.
Asymptote Journal is the premier site for world literature in translation; their mission is to 'unlock the literary treasures of the world'.
- Cha: An Asian Literary Journal is the first Hong Kong-based English online literary journal. Cha has a strong focus on Asian-themed creative work and work done by Asian writers and artists.
- Mascara Review is a bi-annual literary journal specialised in the work of contemporary migrant, subaltern, Asian Australian and Indigenous writing.
- The Offing, an online literary magazine that actively seeks out and supports work by and about those often marginalised in literary spaces
- The Shanghai Literary Review features quality creative work from or about Asia and introduces new voices to the critical conversation on world literature.
Southern Crossings is a writers' collective that aims to reimagine Australia, South Asia and the world.
Words without Borders promotes cultural understanding through the translation, publication, and promotion of the finest contemporary international literature.
- Jenny Zhang's 'They Pretend To Be Us While Pretending We Don't Exist': 'To be Other in America is to be coveted and hated at the same time. It’s never been enough to know that I feel it, but I know I am often asked to prove it before I am allowed to speak on it.'
- Leuli Eshraghi's 'Who Are We Beyond Imperfect, Imposed Asia?': 'Naming places, peoples and knowledges from the perspectives of Europeans is a powerful, enduring violence of imperialism.'
- Vidya Ramachandran's 'Everything You Should Know Before Sticking A Bindi On Your Head': 'I spent a really long time trying to work out how to start this article. I thought about the time I was 12 and proudly wore a bindi to school every day — a ritual I soon abandoned for fear of looking too ethnic.'
- Arable Sicardi's 'A Practical Beauty Guide to Fighting Fascism': 'How to grapple with fascism? How to survive a country that doesn’t want us to withstand it? There’s not a way to self-care out of an exhausting and dark future, there’s no physical action that can totally protect us. '
- Minal Hajratwala's 'On Shakespeare and the Quest for Belonging': 'Throughout the colonies, we yearn toward his English. I have immortal longings in me. ... For their sake, immigrants must speak the language of Shakespeare.'
- Stephen Pham's 'Good Asian, Bad Asian: Wrapping Your Head Around The Contradictions Of Vietnamese Australia'