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Queerelle is the national queer student magazine released every year at the queer collaborations conference. It is a magazine made by queer people and publishes stories, art, poems, articles and photography from queer students across Australia. It acts as a student made and independent publication, that allows for queer students to share their creativity, passions and perspectives. Each year, a different university acts as the organisers of the publication, with submissions from students across the nation.
Monash Queer Department (of the Monash Student Association) is organising the publication of Queerelle 2018.
Archives can be obtained by contacting us here.
Queer Collaborations (QC) is a national Australian Queer conference. The conference is held annually, usually in July (the mid-year break for most universities), for one week. Universities across the nation send delegates, queer students, to the conference. Events include workshops, discussion groups, panels, social events, movies, performance nights, networking events. It offers a chance for queer students across the nation to meet up, learn, explore in a safe learning space. Each year a different university hosts the conference. Please contact us for any queries regarding attendance at the conference.