Editor's Note Trish and Beth Ahoy there Young Sheilas! Welcome back Sheilas! Not only is this our first edition for 2015 – but as promised – it’s also our first ever ‘Young Sheilas’ publication,… Read More → Horacek! Judy Horacek Feb 2015 Brand Spankin’ New, Horacek! A humungous thank you to the wonderful Judy Horacek for kindly creating us a new ‘Sheilas Original’ – just to celebrate our first edition of… Read More → News Grace Mountford The Waters of Accountability are Murky When it Comes to Our Naval Security and Detention Operations In this special edition of Young Sheilas, Grace Mountford writes about the secrecy and lack of accountability surrounding detention centres and boats, and that when… Read More → News 'Untitled (Your Comfort is My Silence)' by Barbara Kruger. We Need to Talk About #Gamergate This month, journalist Isabelle Lane discusses the #Gamergame phenomenon – widely viewed as a manifestation of a culture war over gaming culture diversification and the… Read More → A Bonza Sheila Claire Merhtens Headshot A Bonza Youngen’ Claire Mehrtens This month Beth Nokes, our Young Sheilas editor, has interviewed the remarkable Claire Mehrtens – co-founder of the Women’s Melbourne Network. We speak to Claire… Read More → Culture Club My Place - Sally Morgan Ruby Journeys to ‘My Place’ This month in Culture Club, Ruby Bell has written about her ambition to read literature by a wider demographic of authors, specifically women of colour,… Read More → Keeping It Reel Stella Artwork - Edited Keeping it Reel in Tokyo This hand drawn piece by artist Stella Windridge uses line techniques in a contemporary and experimental way. Titled ‘Walk Out Of Your Mind,’ this artwork… Read More → First Person Kyana Hubbard Headshot Kyana’s Story For our First Person this month, we’ve received a piece from Kyana Hubbard, a young Indigenous woman from the Northern Territory who has become an… Read More → News Disclaimer We aim to publish a variety of views on important social issues. Please note, the views published on Sheilas are the author’s and not necessarily… Read More →