Toyah Webb

Toyah Webb is a writer and bookseller based in Sydney. Her work can be found in Runway Journal, Canadian Literature 247, REPLIKA, eel mag, Minarets, and Poetry New Zealand Yearbook. Her micro-chapbook THE ARCHIVE AS A SITE OF TENDER FORGETTING was published by Ghost City Press last winter. Toyah lives and writes on unceded Gadigal land. She pays her respects to the traditional custodians of the Eora Nation.


A candelabra floats through the air. Your eyes are squeezed shut, trying to vanish me. But I always reappear, stage left. My empty clothes are an index of this phenomenon. In the archive, we trace the contours of dead writing, …

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