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 651
Carlton South, VIC 3053

Amy Middleton - Archer Magazine

Amy Middleton | Founder + publisher

Amy is a Melbourne-based journalist and founder 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 Aussie Rules football and collects interesting editions of Alice in Wonderland.

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Roz Bellamy | Editor-in-chief

Roz Bellamy is a Melbourne-based editor, writer and researcher. Their memoir, Mood, is forthcoming in 2023 with Wakefield Press. If you want to get conversation flowing with Roz, ask them about their rescue greyhounds.

Alexis Desaulniers-Lea | Art & Design Curator

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.

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.

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Hailey Moroney | Image Curator and Digital Specialist

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

Alex Creece, Archer Magazine

Alex Creece | Online editor

Alex Creece is a writer, poet, collage artist, and average kook living on Wadawurrung land. Along with working as an Online Editor for Archer Magazine, Alex tinkers with poems as the Production Editor for Cordite Poetry Review. Alex was awarded a Write-ability Fellowship in 2019 and a Wheeler Centre Hot Desk Fellowship in 2020. A sample of Alex's work was Highly Commended in the 2019 Next Chapter Scheme, and she was shortlisted for the Kat Muscat Fellowship in 2021. In 2022, a suite of Alex’s poems was shortlisted for the inaugural Born Writers Award.

Dani Leever - Archer Magazine

Dani Leever | Online editor

Dani Leever is a genderqueer editor and writer from Naarm. They're the Deputy Online Editor at Archer Magazine and a staff writer at MTV. They've been published in JUNKEE, Pedestrian.TV, SBS, Voiceworks, Scum Magazine, Broadsheet and more, and previously sat on the Voiceworks Editorial Committee. Outside writing and editing, Dani performs as a genderbending drag DJ called DJ Gay Dad - they're extremely passionate about finding a song to match the BPM of 'Untouched' by The Veronicas.

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.

Dani Weber - Archer Magazine

Dani Weber | Events co-ordinator

Dani Weber is known for their work as a queer performance artist and Events Co-ordinator for Archer Magazine. They are proud to have produced many launch events for new issues of the magazine since 2017, and also magazine stalls and panel discussions at events such as Peel Street Festival, Gaytimes and Melbourne Fashion Festival. Their writing is published in Issue #7 of Archer Magazine and also The Guardian, discussing non-binary identity and drag.

Sexuality - Gender - Identity