A photograph of artist Amy Yang against a white background. Amy Yang is holding folded silver holographic material against her chest. She has a chin-length black bob and is looking directly into the camera. Her hair is tucked behind her ear on the left side. A blue and yellow piece of fabric with IKEA on it dangles from her ear. Colourful Peppa Pig and Disney Princess stickers dot her cheeks.
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Q&A with Amy Yang

June 22, 2020 Zoe Kingsley

Our Deputy Editor (Poetry) Zoe Kingsley interviews Amy Yang about her cover art ‘Unfolding’ for #16 UNFUNDED. Read the interview here. […]

Bold, black text in all capitals reads "BLA(C)K LIVES MATTER"
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BLA(C)K LIVES MATTER

June 9, 2020 Chief

WE STAND WITH ALL PROTESTERS, with all those who fight against a deeply unjust system. We demand justice for those murdered by the state. We believe in reparations for Indigenous people. […]

A photograph of illustrator Eric Kons in a black turtleneck and round black glasses sits superimposed on a background featuring a phone screen in landscape orientation. The phone screen is set to a camera app which is displaying an undulating gray background, and the top of the screen reads "THE SUBURBAN REVIEW ISSUE #17 THEFT."
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Q&A with Eric Kons

May 14, 2020 David Mahler

Our Art + Comics Editor, David C Mahler, interviews TSR #17 contributor Eric Kons about his illustration ‘Read Words’ accompanying Annelise Roberts’ poem of the same name, published in #17 THEFT. Read the interview here. […]

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