Lor is a Naarm/Melbourne-based literary journal. Lor prioritises content by women and gender-diverse contributors. Lor celebrates collaboration and community both on- and offline by holding regular readings and events.
Featured by: The National Library of Australia, The Emerging Writers Festival 2017, Jetstar Inflight Magazine 2017, Shabby Doll Reader 2016.
Supported by: The Australian Cultural Fund, RMIT Creative, The non/fictionLab’s Urban Writing House.
Collaborated with: LON Gallery, Brunswick SLSC, Cage Me A Peacock, Abbotsford Convent’s Open Spaces 2016.
We acknowledge that the majority of Lor’s content is created on stolen land and sovereignty was never ceded.
Mia-Francesca McAuslan is a writer and editor from Far North Queensland, based in Naarm/Melbourne. As Creative Producer for the 2018 Emerging Writers’ Festival, she produced an online community showcase of artists working in digital mediums and a panel on travel writing and gender. She holds a Master of Arts Management and a BA of Creative Writing from RMIT. She has interned with The Lifted Brow
and participated in writing programs in Paris and Montreal. She was a 2017 artist-in-residence at Brunswick SLSC. Her writing was shortlisted for The 2015 Overland VU Short Story Prize, and longlisted for The Inaugural Richell Prize by Hachette Australia. Her work appears in Rabbit Poetry Journal
, The Writers Bloc
, The Lifted Brow Online
, Metatron Press’ Omega