Issue 1 – full magazine, $6 digital download

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Issue 1 – full magazine, $6 digital download

Issue 1 of Dirty Queer Mag is now available as a digital download: 80 pages in full colour in a 5MB PDF, for A$6. Our launch issue features the Sydney Femme Guild; “Revolutionary bodies” by photographer and herm activist Del LaGrace Volcano; LA artist-model-actor Trevor Wayne; our own “Hard Yakka” centrefold photographed by Morgan Carpenter…
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DUDE & DIRTY QUEER present BUCK ANGEL

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DUDE & DIRTY QUEER present BUCK ANGEL

  To welcome in 2014 with a BANG, we have been working hard with DUDE magazine to bring together an amazing series of events for the Get Bucked Australia tour. Kicking off in Melbourne, then hitting Sydney and Brisbane, we are bringing you a wide variety of events including: RAW & REEL – Film screening…
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Issue 7

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We have some great plans in store for later this year and early 2014, but please note that issue 7 probably won’t appear until September 2014. Please bear with us if you’re making a submission – and consider asking your local bookstore or magazine outlet to stock us! Thanks for supporting queer indie publishing!

Issue 6 teaser

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Issue 6 is launched tomorrow, and in celebration, here’s our teaser video. We recommend tapping for a full screen presentation. NSFW. This issue features queer performance icon Glitta Supernova, cabaret sensation Le Gateau Chocolat, San Francisco-based photographer Robbie Sweeny, electro pop duo Double Duchess, the naked Russian Pavel Petel interviewed by Bobby Petty, Sydney photographer…
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Issue 6 launch

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Issue 6 launch

Issue 6 will finally be launched on Friday 6 September at the Red Rattler Theatre in Marrickville. It’s also the night before the federal election – come and party like it’s the end of the free world! More details on Facebook.

Letter from the editors

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Dear Friends, We’ve had to make the tough decision to delay our next issue of Dirty Queer Magazine until later in 2013. We’ve reached a point where we need to reflect on where we are at, and how to move forward. In 2010, when we came up with the idea of Dirty Queer Magazine, we…
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