|Wet Ink: the magazine of new writing|
Issues 1 to 27
with Phillip Edmonds [eds]
Wet Ink Inc: 2005-2012
Dominique Wilson was founding Managing Editor of Wet Ink: the magazine of new writing from 2005 until she resigned in June 2012, publishing 27 issues.
Wet Ink was an Australian magazine devoted to showcasing Australian writing, publishing both new and established writers. Published quarterly, it featured fiction, poetry and non-fiction, plus an author interview and several book reviews in each issue. Work published ranged from literary to genre-based, and each piece was complemented by a photograph or illustration.
In March 2010 Wet Ink announced the creation of the 'Wet Ink Short Story Prize' to mark its five years of publication. In 2011, following funding from the Copyright Agency Ltd Cultural Fund, the value of prizes were increased and the prize renamed the 'Wet Ink/CAL Short Story Prize'.
In January 2013 Wet Ink announced it was closing down, with issue 28 – its only online issue – being their last publication.