Q&A: Sarah Firth

We are positively stoked that Sarah Firth will be graphically recording at the Melbourne launch party for Hot Chicks with Big Brains Issue 3 on Wednesday 14th June! Certain you wouldn’t miss it for the world? You can preorder your special edition or regular copy of Issue #3 for pickup at the party – just use the code “partypickupmelb” at checkout to avoid a $5 postage fee!

Books for Big Brains: A.S. King’s Still Life with Tornado

We want to send YOU books for FREE. All you have to do is provide us with your opinion on the book you’re sent in the form of a 200-300+ word review. Sound like a sweet deal? Get in touch with us!

Q&A: May Lyn

Hot Chicks with Big Brains are incredibly excited to announce that May Lyn will be performing live on the night of our launch party for Issue #3! With DJ Black Amex setting the bar high from the very start, and Brisbane’s beloved The Zoo as party venue, it’s going to be a night that you don’t want to miss. AND you can preorder your special edition or regular copy of Issue #3 for pickup at the party – just use the code “partypickupbne” at checkout to avoid a $5 postage fee!

Q&A: DJ Black Amex

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Hot Chicks with Big Brains are incredibly excited to announce that Trina Massey (DJ Black Amex) will be performing at our launch party for Issue #3! With another act announcement still to come and Brisbane’s beloved The Zoo as party venue, it’s going to be a night that you don’t want to miss. AND you can preorder your special edition or regular copy of Issue #3 for pickup at the party – just use the code “partypickupbne” at checkout to avoid a $5 postage fee!

HCwBB Presents: Sophia Mary Mac

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HCwBB Presents is a monthly feature that aims to provide us with more information about the women who inspire us and their work. Each long form piece will focus on one woman and her career within her chosen field. It will not only showcase the existing work of the individual, but also delve further into their methods, mediums, and motives.

Q&A: Ayeesha Ash of La Boîte’s The Village

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There’s so much factual information that we, as a society, are unaware of when it comes to refugees and asylum seekers. It’s challenging, but so important that this work tells as much of this information as possible in a way that includes people in the conversation rather than excluding them.

Q&A: Kelly Hanlon of Tall Pines

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Hot Chicks with Big Brains caught up with Tall Pines ahead of their performance at Aether Sessions to find out more about how they came together as a band, and what they’re most looking forward to about playing on the night.