Inside issue 24 you’d have found a sneaky peek through the houses of three creative types, a lady from Brisbane called Jane Austen and other ordinary folk with extraordinary names, things you didn’t know you could recycle and pincushions to sew.

We looked back at the fashion of yesteryear with a story on ladies and their vintage wardrobes, Beth Ditto talked to us about modern etiquette and tales of love and marriage came from couples who’d said ‘I do’.

Things we learnt in issue 20: how to win a bar fight, write a love song, dress The Brunettes, make a boy cry, go carbon-neutral, detect an indie sleaze, spin an art show out of a polaroid camera, cook like your mum and inspire Clare Bowditch.

Miranda July explained the top ten commonly held myths about being a writer while our writers busily created their own myths: about what not to do in a sex shop, how to litter properly and whether or not to choose wine by a pretty label.

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