About Archer

Archer Magazine is an award-winning print publication about sexuality, gender and identity. It is published twice-yearly in Melbourne, Australia, with a focus on lesser-heard voices and the uniqueness of our experiences.

Archer accepts story and photography pitches, see our guidelines for more info.

We also love feedback and discussion, so please keep in touch.

Archer Magazine
PO Box 2111
Fitzroy, VIC 3065

Amy Middleton - Archer Magazine

Amy Middleton | Founding publisher

Amy is a Melbourne-based journalist and founding editor of Archer Magazine. Amy has written and edited for Australian Geographic, The Guardian, Rolling Stone, The Big Issue, Junkee, Meanjin, The Lifted Brow and more. In her spare time, she plays AFL footy and collects interesting editions of Alice in Wonderland.

Lucy Watson | Editor-in-chief

Lucy is a Sydney based writer, editor, PhD student, tutor and DJ. She has worked for publications including New Matilda, Same Same, The Brag, Dandy, and Honi Soit. She is completing her PhD at the University of Sydney, where she managed to turn her obsession with Miley Cyrus into something moderately academic.

Alexis Desaulniers-Lea | Image editor

Alexis Desaulniers-Lea is a Melbourne-based photographer originally from Canada. Her clients have included the Rainbow Serpent Festival, Suicide Girls USA, RAW Artists Showcase International, and The Melbourne Cabaret Festival. Alexis’ images have featured in Beat, The Music, Freque Magazine and Archer. Alexis enjoys travelling, live music, burlesque, film and playing the piano.

Roz Bellamy | Online editor

Roz Bellamy is a writer, editor and PhD candidate at the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society at La Trobe University. Their writing has been published in the Guardian, Meanjin, Overland, SBS and the Sydney Morning Herald. Roz and their wife love to take their two rescue greyhounds on interesting adventures.

Phoebe Paterson de Heer - Archer Magazine

Phoebe Paterson de Heer | Deputy online editor

Phoebe is a writer, editor and gardener from South Australia. She has written about sexuality, chronic illness and farming for publications including Kill Your Darlings, Scum Mag, Voiceworks and Feminartsy. Her main distractions include fixing bicycles, walking her two dairy goats and floating in the sea.

Chris Bosevski, Archer Magazine layout designer

Christopher Bosevski | Layout designer

Christopher Bosevski is a Melbourne based graphic designer and all round hybrid creative. He has previously interned in fashion branding, PR and at Garage Magazine. When he’s not freelancing, styling shoots or teaching his two dogs how to tango, you can find him trekking up country in his favourite short shorts or pulling beers at your friendly neighbourhood pub.

Hayley Moroney, Archer Magazine

Hailey Moroney | Image Assistant

Hailey is a Melbourne-based photographer and stylist who loves to shoot on film and volunteer at op-shops to support her vintage addiction.

Greta Parry | Sub-editor

Greta is a Melbourne-based editor, writer and sometimes-photographer. She is former editor of Screen Education magazine, and currently splits her time between technical writing and personal projects. Greta is interested in sex and relationships, and especially how they manifest in popular film and TV, and she has written about such things in Metro, Spook, Screen Education and Filmme Fatales.

Izzy Smith - Archer Magazine

Izzy Smith | Editorial assistant

Izzy is a Melbourne-based editor. She is currently studying a Master of Publishing and Communications at the University of Melbourne, and previously interned at Hardie Grant Books and Ford Street Publishing. Izzy has a particular interest in sex, including its history, depictions in media, and how it affects our lives and interactions with others.

Natalie Williams - Archer Magazine

Natalie Williams | Editorial assistant

Natalie Williams is a Melbourne-based queer creative who is passionate about sharing stories that matter and creating spaces for diverse voices to be heard. She is a writer and editor, an aspiring filmmaker, the co-founder of KOS Magazine and a dedicated Hufflepuff!

Sexuality - Gender - Identity