For those interested in reading more about Vietnamese pop music history, be sure to check out this article by Sheila Ngọc Phạm about 1960s rock and roll sensation Phuong Tâm and the successful recovery of her music, thanks to her daughter’s efforts to track them down.
It’s always exciting to see new publications on the Australian lit scene! Salutations to Colournary, who launched their first issue in July. Colournary is a print magazine dedicated to celebrating and amplifying the voices of First Nations, Black, and People of Colour through the lens of culture and food. Felicitations also to bi-annual independent literary magazine Debris on the occasion of their visually dazzling inaugural August issue 'Grief'. And a warm hello to The Saltbush Review, which went live just last month, and which is 'grown from the earth and water of South Australia, but open to the world'.
If you’re a new publication featuring non-fiction by or about Australian writers, we’d love to hear from you! Send us a hello at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re especially interested in featuring more from newsletters, so if you have any particular favourites, feel free to let us know.