A collage of images, including the suburban review Issue 19 cover, a textured orange rectangle, and a portrait of Safdar Ahmed. Safdar is looking straight down the barrel of the camera. He is wearing a blue beanie and a blue shirt, and has dark facial hair. His expression is very serious.
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Q&A with Safdar Ahmed

February 15, 2021 Claire Albrecht

SAFDAR AHMED is a Sydney-based artist and creator of the Walkley Award-winning  documentary web-comic Villawood: Notes from an immigration  detention centre. He prefers the mediums of drawing and comics,  and is currently working on a graphic […]

A collage of images, including the suburban review Issue 19 cover, a textured orange rectangle, and a black and white illustration of Icky Brothers. Icky's self-portrait shows them wearing dark rimmed glasses, a nose ring, a beanie or hat and a dark jumper. Icky's hair flares out from under the hat/beanie, and seems shorter at the front and longer than shoulder length curling over their shoulders from the back. They have rosy cheeks and a slightly poked out tongue.
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Q&A with Icky Brothers

February 9, 2021 Mikayla Bamford

ICKY BROTHERS was born in Bristol, UK and is currently living and working on unceded palawa land, lutruwita. They are a trans–nonbinary, multi-disciplinary artist best known for their analogue and illustrative drawings. Through fine-liners and […]

A collage of images, including the suburban review Issue 19 cover, a textured orange rectangle, and a portrait of Hannah Jenkins. Hannah has light skin and shoulder length, light brown hair. They wear a dark plaid, half-sleeve, blue and green shirt. They are relaxed, have a slight smile and business-like crossed arms.
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Q&A with Hannah Jenkins

February 8, 2021 Sam Stevens

HANNAH JENKINS is an arts writer and poet specialising in digital platforms and online writing experiments. They are currently Assistant Editor and Poetry Editor of the online arts platform Running Dog, and a co-director at […]

A collage of images, including the suburban review Issue 19 cover, a textured orange rectangle, and a greyscale portrait of Jill Jones. Jill has short hair swept across her forehead, dark rimmed glasses, and wears a collared shirt. She is smiling slightly. Her desk is in the background.
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Q&A with Jill Jones

February 5, 2021 Sam Stevens

JILL JONES was born in Sydney and has lived in Adelaide since 2008. Recent books include A History Of What I’ll Become, Viva the Real, which was shortlisted for the 2019 Prime Minister’s Literary Awards […]

A photo of Nnadi is superimposed on a white background. On the left is a strip of orange rugged texture and a thumbnail of The Suburban Review #19 cover. The photo shows Nnadi standing in front of a white car and series of houses out of focus. One half of Nnadi’s face is illuminated by the sun as they look toward something off screen. Nnadi is wearing a pink shirt with white stripes and a woven design.
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Q&A with Nnadi Samuel

February 2, 2021 Sam Stevens

NNADI SAMUEL is a graduate of English and Literature from the University of Benin, who lives in Lagos (Nigeria). His works have been previously published in PORT Magazine, Gordon Square Review, Seventh Wave Magazine, Rigorous, […]

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