Feminist literature -- Australia



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Hecate Press Records

  • UQFL235
  • Collection
  • 1974-

Hecate Press records includes correspondence, submissions for publication, press releases, newspaper cuttings, subscription files, photographs, paste ups, proofs, and advertising, mostly, for the journal 'Hecate : an interdisciplinary journal of women’s liberation'.

Correspondence consists mostly of unsolicited submissions and attached self-addressed stamped envelopes. Rejected submissions are not kept. The letters from submitters may have notes written on them by Hecate Press editors (primarily Carole Ferrier and Bronwen Levy) or a simple ‘Rej’ [Rejected] written on the letter. The submissions were mostly poetry, although short stories and articles were also sent to Hecate Press.

'Hecate' is an international feminist academic journal. The focus is material relating to women and also creative work and graphics. It runs reciprocal advertisements with other feminist and socialist publications as well as exchange subscriptions. The Literature Board of the Australia Council as well as donations have been sources of financial assistance.

Some material is for other Hecate Press publications including ‘Australian Women’s Book Review’.

Hecate Press

Women's Bookshop Records

  • UQFL367
  • Collection
  • 1984-1998

Business and administrative records of The Women's Bookshop, Highgate Hill, Brisbane from its inception in 1984 to its sale in 1998. Includes financial records, promotional material, correspondence, publisher's catalogues, flyers, photographs, posters and ephemera. The poster collection is comprised of 341 posters (which includes 48 screen printed or hand coloured posters plus two copies of a 1993 calendar) which exhibit graphic design history and local / social history from 1984 to 1998.

Women's Bookshop (Brisbane, Qld.)