Graduated, Now What? The Post-University Blues…

Graduated, Now What? The Post-University Blues…

When I remember thinking three to four years was so far from my immediate future. It seems that before I knew it, graduation had come and gone. When I hear the word "graduate" or "graduation," I associate it with success, excitement, a period of transition, and most importantly, an overwhelming sense of fulfilment. I feel [...]

In Conversation With: Alison Paradoxx

In Conversation With: Alison Paradoxx

'Floral Peroxide is a personal account of my own journey through the medical system, and navigating society as a whole, in a chronically unwell body,' says 2016 Poetry Slam Championship Alison Bennett, explaining her debut Fringe 2019 performance: Alison Paradoxx presents Floral Peroxide. Floral Peroxide explores disability using performance poetry, sound art, and dance to tell [...]

One Year On: Deviant Women Gear Up For Fringe 2019

One Year On: Deviant Women Gear Up For Fringe 2019

Last year we talked to Alicia Carter and Lauren Butterworth, creators of the podcast Deviant Women in the lead up to their knock-out Fringe debut. One year on, and they're getting ready to bring Deviant Women to the stage again, this time exploring the lives and legends of the infamous female pirate duo Anne Bonny [...]

Meet Your Local NaNoWriMo MLs (Adelaide)

Meet Your Local NaNoWriMo MLs (Adelaide)

Recently, Tulpa Magazine sat down with Alexander Barratt, Caitlin O'Callaghan and Simone Corletto, Adelaide's municipal liaisons for National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). They talked about their personal experiences writing 50,000 words in a month, and gave some advice for aspiring writers looking to try NaNoWriMo for the first time this November.   How long have [...]

In Conversation: Malaika Gilani

In Conversation: Malaika Gilani

In 2016 Malaika Gilani published her first poetry collection: Untold Journeys. She was seventeen. This year she has been a part of the global anthology, I Bared My Chest, comprising of 21 phenomenal women telling their stories. Recently I had the chance to interview this Melbourne-based poet and talk about inspiration, writing advice, and poetry. [...]

In Coversation with: Anna Thomas of ‘How to Drink Wine Like a Wanker’

In Coversation with: Anna Thomas of ‘How to Drink Wine Like a Wanker’

This past Fringe Festival saw the debut of Anna Thomas’s one-woman play, How to Drink Wine Like a Wanker. Met with praise and glowing reviews, this play returned for a limited run this July. The Treasury 1860 bar is once again the setting for one of 2018’s stand-out shows. Arriving outside of the Fringe period, [...]