Every night, children across the world say goodnight to their toys. With a kiss on the forehead of a doll and a last hug for a teddy bear, lights go out and children sleep. But what happens once the child is asleep and their eyes no longer on their favourite toy? Toy Story has already...

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Shin Godzilla: Review by Marley Hannan

October 19, 2016 | 0 Comments

While I cannot claim to have seen every Godzilla film (having seen half of the original film, both of the dreadful American adaptations, and read synopsises of many of the original films to save time), my impression from the films I have seen is that the emphasis has generally been on how awesome it would...

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Surviving Rust: by Marley Hannan

October 19, 2016 | 0 Comments

Last Wednesday, I found myself naked, bald, and standing on a beach. The only thing I had with me was a stick which had been fashioned into a flaming torch (although not by me) and large spherical rock, which looked more like it belonged in the background of The Flintstones than anything I would normally...

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Artgaze Magazine ‘Rebirth’ Is Here!

October 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

The Artgaze team and myself are very pleased to announce that our first digital magazine issue is now available to download! You will also receive a print quality PDF should you wish to print it. Click here to download your copy on Gumroad now!  ‘Rebirth’ features 70 pages of interviews, poetry, photography, inspirational articles and...

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Meet Casey Marie: by Chloe Chomicki

October 14, 2016 | 1 Comments

Moranbah-based singer, songwriter and musician Casey Marie began sharing her music online when she was only 15 years old. Almost four years later, following her first tour across Queensland, she opens up about vulnerability and honesty in her songwriting. Casey Marie’s second EP ‘Demons’ was released in February this year and immediately after, her first tour across Queensland...

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Samantha could hear the rifles firing, they always began sounding the moment her foot touched the pathway of Jezzine. They’re louder tonight. She was fully aware they weren’t real. Since arriving in Townsville, Samantha Peterson walked the path of Jezzine Barracks War Memorial each night. Each time she heard them. Just your overactive imagination, playing...

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There were two weeks left to go. How could there only be two weeks? Was I ready? I opened the door leading to my domain. The first thing I heard was the scurrying feet of the rats. Thank the gods, the rats were obviously breeding well. It’s one of the first things that the judges...

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Mackay’s local theatre group ‘KUCOM Theatre’ delved deep into the heart of holocaust history with a theatrical version of ‘The Diary of Anne Frank.’ From the 28th of September to the 1st of October the cast bought to life the words in which Anne Frank wrote in her diary in the Paxton Warehouse by the...

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What is in a Name?: by Michelle Mullins

September 30, 2016 | 0 Comments

As long as there has been writing, there has existed a need for authors and performers to conceal or alter their identities. This is done for many reasons, including a wish to avoid stereotypes to an attempt to approach an issue from a different direction. A pseudonym is often to create a persona in these...

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This year TheatreiNQ presented Shakespeare’s Hamlet for their Shakespeare Under the Stars performance. Terri Brabon, the Director, said it was far more challenging than she had first believed. “I was completely naïve going into Hamlet and I will be completely honest about that because everybody’s always raved about how much of a beast Hamlet is...

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