Full digitisation of The Lifted Brow has been achieved, your honour.
Hey! Do you want to read The Lifted Brow but can’t get your mitts on—or don’t want—the print version?
Our iOS app now delivers each and every issue of our revamped and relaunched magazine to your device. Read all our essays, fiction, columns, comics, criticism, poetry and more, using the app, which is free to download and simple-to-use. Each print issue is divided up into three digital issues, delivered in instalments. It’s like you’re a member of some kind of excellent club.
Alongside a free sampler issue, all three parts of Issue 25 of The Lifted Brow are now available to purchase and download through the app. They are v. v. v. inexpensive.
25.1 has Oscar Schwartz’s prize-winning experimental non-fiction piece about humans pretending to be computers pretending to be humans, Briohny Doyle on teenage dystopia, Emma Rayward on Penelopes, Adam Curley’s memoir about sex, Lee Lai’s long comic, Sofija Stefanovic on digital romances, Dion Kagan on tv show Transparent, and more.
25.2 features poetry from Eileen Myles, memoir from Michelle Law, film criticism from Rebecca Harkins-Cross, comics from Sam Wallman, writing from Jessie Cole, our sex advice column by Benjamin Law and his mum Jenny, and more.
25.3 includes poetry from Margaret Atwood, essays from Dennis Altman, Ruby J. Murray, and Chad Parkhill, theatre criticism from Jana Perkovic, exciting new fiction, comics from Alabaster, recommendations, illustrations, and yep, more.
Download the app, read the free sampler issue if you like, and sign on to receive The Lifted Brow in digital form. The first part of Issue 26 will be available sooner than soon.