welcome to the second issue of touch me ; it's been a busy month for us - we finally launched the website and there's been plenty of general running around. we thought it might be cool to return back to the days of kid's story books and explore some of our favourites ...




chatting with waleed - we met on the corner of burke and williams – then went to this little asian place and had lunch. he’s not crazy, just a nice guy, actually, i was expecting someone a bit subversive...




mr harris gives us the low-down on the melbourne jazz festival 2007




featured artist and gramophone extraordinaire, ari, shares his award winning video - skinny lanky men




Hey this is Foreign Correspondent. I will not tell you anything about childhood, if anything here corresponds with your childhood or some picture book ...




Most writers write the books they would like to read - but writing for children isn't as easy as it may appear. Children's books are a whole lot more influential...




Bright Eyes has been making records for almost a decade. In that time, I’ve witnessed Oberst evolve from an angst ridden ...




this month's contributors


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