Posts tagged Marginalia
“All for your delight”

Recently landed: “All for your delight”, a new article on Marginalia (by Gracia) takes you to the moonlit forest of Queensland Ballet’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Edwin Landseer, Scene from A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Titania and Bottom, oil on canvas, 1848–51

A warmed pebble in my hand; a zine in yours

Recently landed: A warmed pebble in my hand; a zine in yours, a new article on Marginalia (by Gracia) takes a look at several new zines launched at Sticky Institute's Festival of the Photocopier zine fair on the weekend, which are now available through our online store

New zines have landed in our online store


After ten years posting High Up in the Trees, it is time for something new. Welcome to MARGINALIA. A new space, in the margins of Gracia & Louise.

Play catch up on Chunky Move's LUCID, Sydney Dance Company's CounterMove, and a parliament of Tawny owls for Contemporary Paper at Port Jackson Press Gallery.

Happy reading.


MARGINALIA, as the name suggests, is a brand new space for those things 'in the margins' of this very site. A collaged extension, in the wings, if you will, with more room for expansion. Having outgrown High Up in the Trees (2006–2016), we invite you to come and explore this new tree house.

(For now, High Up in the Trees will remain an accessible archive.)

Tawny owl collage created to accompany a wood engraving, especially for Port Jackson Press Gallery's Contemporary Paper exhibition